2:25 pm, Tue 03 Jun 2014
Thirty children are being treated in hospital after two buses collided in Stanley in County Durham, including one boy who suffered serious facial injuries.
Fifty children from two local schools were travelling on the buses when the crash occurred.
The emergency services at the scene of the crash in County Durham.
Credit: ITV News
The two bus drivers were taken to different hospitals for treatment, while a 12-year-old boy was airlifted to hospital after suffering serious facial injuries.
Twenty seven other children are having treatment for minor injuries.
Read: Boy, 12, severely injured in County Durham bus crash
9:31 am, Tue 03 Jun 2014
Fifty children have been involved in a school bus crash in Stanley. Emergency services are at the scene.
Fire crews and ambulance workers at the scene
Police have sealed off the area
Police say there are some injuries
Stanley, County Durham
10:17 am, Tue 03 Jun 2014
Fifty children and two adults were on board the school buses when the collision occurred in Stanley, County Durham, this morning.
One driver was trapped, according to the Great North Air Ambulance Service, which was called to the scene.
The doctor-led trauma team triaged the injured persons and a 12-year-old child was flown to the Royal Victoria Infirmary (in Newcastle) with serious facial injuries.
– Great North Air Ambulance Service spokesman
10:07 am, Tue 03 Jun 2014
A 12-year-old boy has been flown to hospital with severe facial injuries after two school buses collided at Stanley, County Durham today, an air ambulance spokesman said.