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Cleveland school district bus involved in an accident on Cleveland's east side

Officials with Cleveland EMS tell 3News that at least four children were taken to the hospital and that all were transported in stable condition.

CLEVELAND — A Cleveland Metropolitan School District bus carrying deaf students was involved in an accident on Cleveland's east side Tuesday afternoon. 

3News crews were on scene and were able to confirm damage to both the school bus and a gold Mercury Mariner. Images found below taken by one of our 3News photographers show the extent of the damage to the gold vehicle and the CMSD bus. 

Officials with Cleveland EMS tell 3News that at least four children were taken to the University Hospital's Rainbow Babies and Children's and that all were transported in stable condition. 

A 13-year-old female, a 19-year-old female and a 17-year-old male, and an adult female to University Hospitals.

Credit: WKYC
CMSD bus involved in an accident near East 82nd Street and Superior Avenue.
Credit: WKYC
Cleveland Municipal School District bus involved in accident on East 82nd Street and Superior.

No additional information is available. 

This is a developing story. Check back with 3News for updates. 

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