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March 30, 1988
At least 18 people, most of them Modesto junior high school students, were injured, two of them critically, when two tour buses in which they were riding collided on the San Mateo-Hayward bridge, 20 miles south of San Francisco. The 9.5-mile-long bridge was closed in both directions for several hours following the crash. California Highway Patrol officers said the buses collided after a passenger car stopped suddenly when it had a flat tire.
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April 22, 1988
A school bus flipped on its side near the Sacramento suburb of Elk Grove, inflicting minor injuries on 19 elementary and junior high school students and the driver, authorities said. The passengers, ages 6 to 13, were transported to area hospitals for treatment and observation, California Highway Patrol Officer Jim Simpson said. The driver, Jonquic Ann Froyd, 40, was unavailable for comment. The CHP is uncertain what caused the accident on a rural road.
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