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Bus crash injures William Cullen Bryant students

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A number of William Cullen Bryant High School students suffered minor injuries when a bus that was taking them home from a robotics competition in St. Louis careened off a highway in Ohio Sunday, the New York Post reported.

The Owlbots team was headed back from the FIRST Robotics Competition when their bus slid off the road, injuring 10 of the youngsters and four adults, who were taken to area hospitals, the Post said. None of the injuries were serious and the team was put on another bus on their way back to the city as of Sunday night, the Post said.

William Cullen Bryant is at 48-10 31st Ave. in Long Island City.

Reach reporter Karen Frantz by e-mail at kfrantz@cnglocal.com or by phone at 718-260-4538.

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