1 taken to hospital after school bus wreck on Oakwood Ave. - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

1 taken to hospital after school bus wreck on Oakwood Ave.

Police are on the scene of a school bus wreck on Oakwood and Andrew Jackson Way. (Source: WAFF) Police are on the scene of a school bus wreck on Oakwood and Andrew Jackson Way. (Source: WAFF)
A bus collided with a car on Oakwood Ave. on Thursday morning. (Source: WAFF) A bus collided with a car on Oakwood Ave. on Thursday morning. (Source: WAFF)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A Huntsville City Schools bus was involved in a wreck on Thursday morning at Oakwood Avenue and Andrew Jackson Way.

Bus number 98 collided with a small grey car. The vehicle was traveling southbound from the exit ramp of the interstate and the bus was headed eastbound on the way to Chapman School.

One person in the car was taken to the hospital, and the kids were taken to school by another bus.

Keith Ward with Huntsville City Schools said eight students were involved in the wreck: Six from Chapman School Pre-K through 8th, one from Lee High Schools, and one from New Century.

Ward said one student had a very minor injury. 

WAFF has a crew on the scene getting more details.

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