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Update: Teen in wreck now in stable condition
Injuries to other three not life threatening
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A crash Tuesday in Richmond Hill involving a school bus and a Toyota Camry sent four RHHS students to the hospital. One is in a medically induced coma in the Pediatric ICU at Memorial Medical Center in Savannah as a result.

The 15-year-old put in a medically induced coma Tuesday after the car she was riding in was struck by a school bus is now in stable condition and responsive, according to the Georgia State Patrol trooper who investigated the crash.

She was one of four passengers in a 2011 Toyota Camry when it collided a school bus Tuesday afternoon, sending all four Memorial Medical Center in Savannah, according to the Georgia State Patrol trooper investigating the crash.

The identity of the 15-year-old girl and that of the 17-year-old driver and her 14-year-old twin sisters who were also in the car were not released by GSP Trooper Joey Mock. They suffered some cuts and bruises but were able to answer questions, Mock said. The most seriously injured girl was flown by helicopter to Memorial. The others were transported by Bryan County EMS. Their injuries were not life threatening.

The wreck occurred at 2:57 p.m. when the driver of the eastbound Toyota tried to turn left from Harris Trail onto Timber Trial in front of a westbound school bus carrying 45 Richmond Hill Middle School students, according to Trooper Mock.

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