The crash happened just before 3 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26 in New Castle on Lake Road, New Castle Police said.
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The incident involved a head-on collision between the bus from the Yorktown School District and a car that somehow veered into the southbound lane on Lake Road near Crow Hill Road, injuring at least nine people, according to a report by WABC.
The injured were taken to Westchester County Medical Center in Valhalla, the outlet reported.
A preliminary investigation by New Castle Police determined an unlicensed 16-year-old was driving a Honda Accord when the teen lost control rounding a curve and crossed into oncoming traffic striking the bus, according to WABC.
The four occupants of the Honda Accord suffered life-threatening injuries, New Castle Police said. At least five others were also hospitalized.
Lake Road was closed between Croton Lake Road and Crow Hill Road during the crash investigation and motorists were asked to avoid the area and use a detour while the investigation continued.
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