One injured in crash involving a Collier County school bus

One driver seriously injured in crash involving a Collier County school bus. (Courtesy photo/FHP)

COLLIER COUNTY – One person was seriously injured after a crash in Collier County involving a school bus and two other cars.

The crash occurred at Golden Gate Boulevard and 2nd Street when 38-year-old Jack Craft of Naples, driving a Ford F-250, rear-ended a car that was stopped for a school bus dropping kids off at their stop, troopers said.

The driver who was rear-ended, 33-year-old Katia Rodriguez of Naples, was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries, according to a report.

All the students on board the bus and the bus driver, 51 year old Anthony Baldwin of Naples, are okay.

A report by the Florida Highway Patrol says that charges are pending investigation.

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