One adult and two children were treated for minor injuries following a crash in Dundalk Monday afternoon that involved a school bus and a box truck, according to Baltimore County Police Department officials.
A school bus transporting 15 children home from was westbound on Liberty Parkway at about 3:01 p.m. Monday when it was struck by a box truck that failed to stop for the stop sign on Portship at Liberty Parkway, Detective Cathy Batton said Tuesday.
Both vehicles ended up on the northwest corner of the intersection.
Two medics, one fire engine and a ladder truck responded to the crash, Batton said.
Liberty Parkway was shut down for about three hours to remove debris and conduct a crash investigation, Batton said.
The three injured persons were taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
"Fortunately, no pedestrians were involved," Batton said.
Sidewalks and intersections in the area are crowded with pedestrians at school dismissal time.
No charges have been placed against the box truck driver. The investigation is ongoing, Batton said.