Speeding car hits 5 children, 2 adults at school bus stop in Florida

Speeding car hits 5 children, 2 adults at school bus stop in Florida
A driver crashed into a school bus stop in Florida on Thursday, injuring five children and two adults, police said.

TAMPA, FL (RNN/CNN) - Five children were injured in a crash at a Florida school bus stop Thursday.

The Tampa Bay Times reports that all five were taken to a nearby hospital. One of the kids is in critical condition, said a Tampa police spokesperson told WFLA.

All of the children involved were waiting for their bus to take them to a K-8 school. Three of the children are 6 years old; the other children are 9 and 12.

The adults were identified as 31-year-old Yanley Jurado and 32-year-old Laura Patino Chavez, according to WFLA.

The driver of the grey Ford Focus stopped a block away from the accident and spoke to police. He hasn’t been charged.

Witnesses told the The Tampa Bay Times that the children typically walk to the bus stop together. Two of the victims are sisters.

The Tampa Bay Times reported a Tampa Fire Rescue truck driving to the scene also crashed with another vehicle. Three people from that collision were taken to a hospital.

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