Courtesy of Renton Police Department.

Courtesy of Renton Police Department.

Renton High School buses crash

Students were aboard the buses, but no one was injured

The cause of two buses involved in a collision Friday afternoon, Jan. 31, is being investigated by the Renton Police Department.

The buses are from Renton High School, according to a tweet from Renton School District. Both buses were occupied but there are no injuries reported at this time.

On Friday afternoon the buses were at the westbound lanes of Renton Avenue, at Hardie Avenue Southwest when they collided. It appears no other vehicles were involved. Renton police stated on Facebook that the intersection is closed while the wreck is cleaned up and students are transported home.

Police stated there is no further information at this time.

This story will be updated with more information after a police investigation.

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