NEW WINDSOR, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A 6-year-old girl who was one of three people seriously injured in a school bus crash last week in Orange County has been released from the hospital.
New Windsor EMS posted a photo of the girl, saying officers escorted her back home last Friday.READ MORE: 3 Teens Charged In Manhattan Subway Attacks, Police Release Video Of New Suspect Believed To Be Group's Lookout
She suffered broken bones after police said a truck pulling a wood chipper crossed the double yellow line of Route 207 and collided with a Washingtonville Central School District bus.
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“She’s a tough kid. She didn’t cry a bit. She told her mom she did her yoga breaths to stay calm,” the child’s uncle told CBS2 after the crash.
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