GRAY, Maine — A tractor-trailer struck a teenager who was getting off the school bus on Tuesday, May 30, in Gray, Maine.
According to police, the male student is in serious condition at a local hospital.
Police said the student had just exited the bus, which was parked along Route 100, when a big rig traveled around the corner and failed to stop in time.
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office reported that the bus’s lights and stop arms were activated before and during the crash.
The semi-truck is owned by Bard Trucking in Farmington, Maine, which declined to comment to wgme.com.
The Maine State Police are investigating.
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