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UPDATE: School bus driver remains hospitalized

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Amarillo, TX - The driver of the vehicle involved in a school bus accident in Amarillo Thursday remains hospitalized.

Amarillo police say charges related to the wreck that happened just after noon at Tascosa road and north Coulter are still pending as the driver of the car remain in the hospital.

The wreck involved a school bus transporting AISD students from De Zavala Middle School.

Of the 41 children on that bus, 13 were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The bus driver was also transported to the hospital for non-incapacitating injures after initially declining treatment.

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