STAMFORD, Conn. — The school bus driver involved in the accident at Stamford’s Westhill High School in which two students were hit and sent to the hospital on June 1 was issued a summons for failure to drive in an established lane, the Stamford Police Department said.
The bus was westbound on Roxbury Road heading toward the school when it left the roadway, hitting a parked car, continuing onto Westhill’s property and hitting the two boys, police said. One student was a 10th-grader; the other was a ninth-grader.
The bus didn’t stop until it hit a raised median in the school’s driveway and came to rest across both lanes of Roxbury Road, the police statement said.
Investigators found no mechanical problems with the bus during an inspection after the crash, the police statement said. Security footage from the bus was reviewed and did not show anything that contributed to the accident, the statement said.
The bus driver told police he had no recollection of what took place leading up to the accident.
Both students were taken to Stamford Hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police said. No other injuries were reported.
Police concluded the investigation, the statement said.