North Hall, GA (October 27, 2018) – A Hall County School bus was involved in an accident on Wednesday, October 24 this week that involved a work truck on Highway 52. The accident happened at the intersection of Bethel Road in North Hall.
The driver of the truck received injuries and was quickly taken to the hospital for treatment. The bus driver, who was the only person on the bus at the time, was not injured. He was identified as Dwight Reynolds, a 15-year veteran.
At this time, the Georgia State Patrol continues to investigate the accident in full.
North Hall Bus Accident
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