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School Bus Driver Hospitalized After Early Morning Crash

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MOUNT DORA, Fla. — A Lake County school bus driver was hospitalized after a collision at the intersection of Wolf Branch Road and Britt Road according to a press release issued by Mount Dora city officials.

According to officials, the bus driver was traveling on Wolf Branch Road at approximately 9 a.m. Wednesday morning after dropping students off at a local middle school when a Nissan Sentra pulled onto Wolf Branch Road from Britt Road and was struck by the bus.

The bus driver was transported to Waterman Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and the driver of the Nissan was airlifted to Orlando Medical Regional Center with serious injuries.

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The drivers of both vehicles have not been identified and the crash is still currently under investigation.

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