About fifty teenagers were heading by bus this Wednesday morning towards the Louis Blériot college in Toury (Eure-et-Loir) when a utility vehicle struck the school transport.
Among the young people, nine were slightly injured while thirteen people in total were taken care of by the emergency services.
The driver of the utility was seriously injured.
He was hospitalized in Dreux but was no longer in an absolute emergency at the beginning of the afternoon, specifies the prefecture.
Three of the college students were also transported to the emergency room of the Chartres hospital center, as were three passengers in the utility vehicle.
Without their condition being worrying.
The other students "were taken over by their families", also indicates the prefecture.
A SMUR helicopter, three medical teams and three ambulance teams as well as about fifteen gendarmes and 34 firefighters were mobilized.
A psychological unit has also been set up for secondary school students and their relatives.