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School Bus, Car, Pedestrian Involved In NJ Crash

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LINDENWOLD, N.J. -

Three people are injured after a crash involving a school bus, a vehicle and a pedestrian in Camden County.

The crash occurred at 1:18 p.m. on the 300 block of Blackwood-Clementon Road in Lindenwold.

According to police, the driver of the car was entrapped and had to be extracted from the vehicle. Police said she has leg and arm injuries and it took 45 minutes to get her out of this vehicle and airlift her over to Cooper Hospital in Camden, NJ.

One person was initially reported as ejected from a vehicle, but that was later corrected to be a deacon mowing the lawn at his church. He was hit by one of the vehicles and had to be rushed away for injuries. He sustained leg injuries.

Authorities say a Sedan spun out and was hit by the bus and the spinning of the vehicle then caused it to hit the deacon that was mowing the lawn.

Police said there were no children onboard the bus, which was occupied only by the driver.

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