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November 4, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A bus carrying high school students to a Las Vegas band competition drove off a road and flipped over, killing one person and critically injuring two others, Navajo police said. The Chinle Unified School District bus had 37 people on board when it drove off Highway 191 on the Navajo reservation. No other vehicles were involved, police spokesman Capt. Francis Bradley said. He said there was heavy fog at the time of the morning crash but couldn't say if that was a factor in the crash.
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November 4, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A bus carrying high school students to a Las Vegas band competition drove off a road and flipped over, killing one person and critically injuring two others, Navajo police said. The Chinle Unified School District bus had 37 people on board when it drove off Highway 191 on the Navajo reservation. No other vehicles were involved, police spokesman Capt. Francis Bradley said. He said there was heavy fog at the time of the morning crash but couldn't say if that was a factor in the crash.
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August 15, 1996 | Associated Press
Passengers said the driver of a school bus swerved sharply while setting down a beverage Wednesday, causing the bus to roll over in the Interstate 17 median and injuring all 32 people on board. Many passengers were thrown from windows as the bus rolled over and over. Injuries included broken bones, spinal injuries, head injuries and at least one broken neck. Three people were in critical condition. The students were on the way to the first day of class at Sinagua High School.
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August 15, 1996 | Associated Press
Passengers said the driver of a school bus swerved sharply while setting down a beverage Wednesday, causing the bus to roll over in the Interstate 17 median and injuring all 32 people on board. Many passengers were thrown from windows as the bus rolled over and over. Injuries included broken bones, spinal injuries, head injuries and at least one broken neck. Three people were in critical condition. The students were on the way to the first day of class at Sinagua High School.
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