A fatal crash occurred at the intersection of Route 130 and Stults Road. A Toyota Camry collided with a school bus, leaving 3 elderly people dead at the scene. The school bus driver sustained minor injuries, while two students were unharmed.

3 Elderly Killed in Collision With School Bus in New Jersey

A devastating car crash occurred on Wednesday evening of January 31st at the intersection of Route 130 and Stults Road in South Brunswick, New Jersey. The incident involved a collision between a 2011 Toyota Camry and a school bus, as reported by NBC New York.

The victims in the Toyota Camry have been identified as Ellen Brotman (86 years old), Alba Olivencia (87 years old), and Wilson Olivencia (90 years old). All three individuals were pronounced dead at the scene, according to information provided by Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone, as reported by My Central Jersey.

The school bus driver, whose name has not been released, suffered minor injuries and was taken to Princeton Medical Center for medical treatment. Fortunately, the two teen students on the bus, aged 15 and 17 and attending South Brunswick High School, were unharmed in the collision. They were later picked up by their parents.

Preliminary findings from the investigation suggest that the fatal collision occurred when the 2011 Toyota Camry attempted to make a left turn from Route 130 southbound onto Stults Road. Unfortunately, the Camry collided with the northbound-traveling school bus on Route 130.

Authorities are diligently working on a comprehensive investigation to uncover the specific details surrounding this tragic incident. The local community is deeply saddened by the loss of three lives, and residents await further updates as the investigation progresses.