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September 23, 1993 | Associated Press
Sixteen junior high and high school students and a Navy petty officer were hurt Wednesday when a school bus collided with a car near Camp Pendleton. Brian Cochran, 13, was in good condition with a minor head injury. The other students were treated at hospitals and released. Chief Petty Officer Brian R. Totten, 24, who was driving the car, was in fair condition with face and chest injuries.
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September 23, 1993 | Associated Press
Sixteen junior high and high school students and a Navy petty officer were hurt Wednesday when a school bus collided with a car near Camp Pendleton. Brian Cochran, 13, was in good condition with a minor head injury. The other students were treated at hospitals and released. Chief Petty Officer Brian R. Totten, 24, who was driving the car, was in fair condition with face and chest injuries.
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June 10, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A woman and two children were killed when their automobile crashed head-on into a school bus on a winding mountain road, flipping the bus down an embankment, the Highway Patrol said. At least one of the 10 children in the bus was injured and taken to Marshall Hospital in Placerville. A 7-year-old boy was trapped briefly when his arm and leg were pinned in the bus wreckage. He was freed by the first rescue workers at the scene, witnesses said. He was listed in stable condition.
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June 10, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A woman and two children were killed when their automobile crashed head-on into a school bus on a winding mountain road, flipping the bus down an embankment, the Highway Patrol said. At least one of the 10 children in the bus was injured and taken to Marshall Hospital in Placerville. A 7-year-old boy was trapped briefly when his arm and leg were pinned in the bus wreckage. He was freed by the first rescue workers at the scene, witnesses said. He was listed in stable condition.
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