PREBLE CO., Ohio (WDTN) - A semi truck crashed into the back end of a developmental disability van in Preble County Monday afternoon.
The crash happened on US 35 near Quaker Trace Road.
The driver of the semi involved wasn't sure who he hit. "I didn't know if there was kids on the bus or what. I'd rather hurt myself than any of the kids," said Joel Wade.
Wade says the driver of the van was turning and his brakes locked up when he tried to stop.
The bus was from the Preble County Board for the Developmentally Disabled. Two people were onboard. Only one suffered minor injuries.
Wade suffered cuts to his hands and face from the glass. He was cited for failing to maintain assured clear distance.
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