High school students in minor Rock Hill car crash

rsouthmayd@heraldonline.comApril 9, 2014 

Several Rock Hill High School students were involved in a minor car accident Wednesday afternoon, although no one was seriously injured, according to police.

Three cars with several teenage students in each were traveling back to the high school from classes at the Applied Technology Center. They were driving on Black Street. At the intersection with Oakland Avenue, one car, a grey Ford Mustang, failed to stop and rear-ended a small SUV in front of her, which hit another sedan in front of it.

Though the students were shaken up, none were injured. The driver of the Mustang declined to be taken to the hospital in an ambulance.

An administrator and several parents came to the scene to help transport the students back to the school.

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