BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Baltimore City paramedics and firefighters are working to determine what caused a school bus crash that injured 13 people.
Crews responded to the intersection of Ensor Street and Madison Street at about 3:00 p.m. for a crash involving a school bus and a minivan.
Units arrived to find the minivan pinned against an apartment building. Officials say that 11 students were injured as well as 2 adults.
The driver of the van suffered non-life threatening injuries as well as a pedestrian, both were taken to local hospitals.
The students suffered non-life threatening injuries during the collision and were evaluated by paramedics and taken to area hospitals.
The exact cause of the collision is under investigation.
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