UPDATE 3:59 p.m.- From the Charles County Public Schools Facebook Page: School Bus 198 carrying Mattawoman Middle School students was involved in an accident this afternoon near Berry Road and Streamview Drive in Waldorf.
No injuries were reported among the students who evacuated the bus, along with the driver. The students will be arriving home later than usual this afternoon.
CCPS transportation staff is on the scene to determine if the bus is operational or a replacement bus is needed.
Waldorf, MD(3;15 p.m.)- The Charles County Volunteer Fire and Emergency Medical Services has posted on their Facebook page that they are responding to an occupied bus on Berry Road and Streamview Drive.
There is no indication of injuries or how many vehicles are involved.
Watch for emergency vehicles and personnel. Expect delays in the area.
This is a developing story.
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