A school bus driver in Georgia died Aug. 5 after colliding with a utility truck south of Atlanta.
The driver, identified by the Georgia State Patrol as Sebastian Ciarcia, 69, apparently crossed into the opposite lane of a two-lane road, struck the utility truck, lost control of the Thomaston-Upson County school bus, and then rolled off the road before crashing into trees. According to The Associated Press, three students were aboard the bus when the accident occurred. Two went to the hospital in Thomaston for treatment of minor injuries.
The utility truck driver and the third student on the bus weren't hurt.
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