US: Bus hits turkey, driver lightly wounded

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May 23, 2007 00:48

 
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A wild turkey crashed through the windshield of a school bus traveling on a highway, and the bus driver was treated for cuts to her hand and face. The bus was carrying 36 students of about 11-years-old and four adults on a field trip from a middle school when a flock of turkeys flew into the bus' path, police and school officials said. One bird went through the windshield, police said. "At least a couple of turkeys were deceased by the time this was all over," said Paul Perzanoski, Windham's superintendent of schools. Nobody else on the bus was injured.


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