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UPDATE: 10 Taken to Hospital in Gadsden Street Bus Crash in Tallahassee

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Posted at 4:48 PM, Nov 17, 2015
and last updated 2015-11-17 16:53:17-05

TALLAHASSEE, FL -- UPDATE 7:00 P.M.: Tallahassee Police say eight children and two adults were taken to the hospital with minor injuries after a charter bus rear-ended another bus on Gadsden Street.

Officers say the most serious known injury is a broken nose suffered by one of the children.

The area near Gadsden Street and Park Avenue has been reopened.

TPD says they would like to thank Star Metro and the Red Cross for assisting with transportation and comfort for the children and all involved.

Original Story is below.

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A crash in Tallahassee is blocking all lanes of traffic on Gadsden Street south of Park Avenue, according to police.

The Tallahassee Police Department is saying that two charter buses were traveling on the road and one bus crashed into the bus in front of it around 4 p.m.

Police say there were school children from Dothan, Alabama on the bus there were some minor injuries such as bumps, bruises and nose bleeds. Emergency crews are still assessing passengers for injuries.

Officers say they are investigating the crash and are asking drivers to take an alternate route until the road can be cleared.

They are also asking any crash witnesses that have not been interviewed by police to call (850) 891-4200.