A road crash took place in Baltimore on Tuesday around 7:00 in the morning when a school bus driver began to conduct their daily trip. Tragedy struck when the Baltimore school bus was headed eastbound on Frederick Avenue and crashed into the back of a silver Ford Mustang. The force of the crash caused the school bus to travel down the street and hit a pillar. Then, the school bus struck a commuter bus and tore the side of it off. The school bus did not have any children, passengers, as it was headed to its first stop at the time of the accident. It was occupied by the driver and an aide. The accident resulted in six deaths and ten injuries. While the case is being further investigated to determine the exact cause, it is thought that the bus driver may have experienced a medical emergency, as there were no skid marks or other signs that the driver trying to slow down.
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