Three people, including two young girls, were killed when two school buses crashed in Knoxville, Tennessee, officials said Tuesday.
Knoxville Police Chief David Rausch told reporters the children on the bus were in kindergarten through third grade. An female aide on one bus was killed in the accident, which occurred at about 3 p.m.
"(My grandson) was in shock. He was crying. He was petrified," Gloria Johnson told CNN Knoxville affiliate WVLT. "A bus is supposed to be safer than a car."
At least 23 injured children were taken to hospitals. Some were transported by emergency vehicles; some were driven by their parents, the chief said. One hospital said 20 children were treated there and released.
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Eating a Mediterranean diet may be your key to living longer. That's according to a new study led by Immaculata De Vivo, associate professor at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School.
The diet involves eating items off a menu that is rich in vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans and peas, unrefined grains, olive oil and fish. It keeps dairy, meat and saturated fats to a minimum. And you can have a glass of red wine with dinner without cheating.
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