There are dozens of emergency responders on the scene of a school bus crash that has occurred on an NJ highway Thursday morning.
According to preliminary reports, emergency responders rushed to the westbound lanes of I-80 near exit 25 after they received reports of a crash with ejections at approximately 10:25 a.m.
Firefighters and rescue crews found a school bus, fully loaded with children, with at least two victims on the scene suffering critical injuries.
NJ State Police closed off the highway to assist with removing and providing care to the injured.
**UPDATE 10:49 am** The school but is overturned with children being rescued through the roof of the bus. We are now getting life-threatening injuries. The bus collided with a truck.
**UPDATED: 12:09pm** Mt. Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum confirms the bus was from Paramus.
This is an active and developing crash scene.
IMAGE CREDIT: John Perry
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