College students from George Sanchez Collaborative Neighborhood College are heard screaming and crying after a white Ford Mustang slammed into the passenger facet of the bus in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Wednesday, Feb. 23.
“Somebody assist Lizzie,” one scholar yells as the kids scramble to exit the college bus.
The motive force of the Mustang, recognized as 49-year-old Mario Perez, was allegedly racing a blue Mustang at greater than 100 miles per hour earlier than the second of influence, ABC affiliate KOAT reported.
Perez suffered a damaged femur and was charged with two counts of nice bodily hurt by automobile. Witnesses instructed KOAT the opposite automobile sped away after the crash. There are not any experiences of that driver’s arrest.
Of the 23 college students on board, seven had been taken to the hospital. Two suffered severe accidents to their legs and one other had a fractured pelvis, KOAT reported.
“As a guardian, that may be my worst nightmare in case your child was in an accident on the bus,” native resident Jennifer Esquerra instructed KOAT,
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