CKSD school bus involved in vehicle collision, no injuries reported

KCSO: Ford Mustang lost traction before impacting the side of the bus

No injuries were reported after a Central Kitsap School District bus was involved in a vehicle collision at the entrance to Klahowya Secondary School on Newberry Hill Road.

According to the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, a silver Ford Mustang was turning eastbound onto Newberry Hill Road before losing traction and impacting the side of the school bus. The bus had a 12-year-old student onboard who was uninjured, according to KCSO. The 19-year-old driver of the Ford Mustang had a 16-year-old passenger, a Klahowya student, neither occupant was injured.

KCSO deputies and Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue responded to the scene. KCSO traffic deputies are currently investigating the incident.

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