Spokane high school students injured in car accident

Four Spokane high school students were injured and one escaped injury when the car they were riding en route to Rogers High School was t-boned at a North Spokane intersection reports NWCN.com. The driver of the car, a female, is listed in serious condition and three passengers were described as having “major but not life-threatening injuries.”

According to the report, the car accident happened around 7:45am at Crestline and Wabash. Police believe the driver of the car carrying the students was negligent in either running a stop sign or not yielding to the other vehicle.

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