Investigations are underway into the second bus crash this week in Dorset.
Yesterday two single decker buses collided at low speed on the A352 near Dorchester. One was carrying seven schoolchildren.
One female pupil suffered a nose bleed while a 70-year-old man is receiving treatment for a broken nose.
On Monday a school bus carrying more than 50 students toppled over into a field near Poole.
Two children are being treated for minor injuries after a coach crashed in Surrey.
Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses to a collision involving a coach in Tilford Road, Rushmoor, Farnham, earlier this afternoon.
The single decker coach, which was carrying 40 schoolchildren, was involved in the collision around 3-43pm near the Duke of Cambridge pub.
Two of the pupils, who were aged between eight and 11 years, were taken to the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford with minor injuries.
A number of other pupils were treated at the scene for shock. The driver was not injured but was also treated for shock.
Witnesses should contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting incident number P12136047.
A report was received at 3.43pm about a single decker coach carrying a number of school children being involved in the incident near the Duke of Cambridge pub. Road closures are being put in place. There are no further details currently.