A Hanover man remains in serious condition after a head-on crash with a school bus in Adams County on Friday.
Christopher A. Bosley, 43, was the driver of a 2008 Chevrolet pickup that collided with a school bus in the 6300 block of Carlisle Pike in Reading Township just after 3 p.m., according to Reading Township Police.
The bus had 33 Bermudian Springs middle and high school students on board. Seven students were taken to area hospitals just after the crash, and an additional five were later taken to area medical facilities, police said.
All injuries to students were non-life threatening, police said.
Bosley was taken to York Hospital and was placed on life support. He remained in serious condition Sunday night, according to a spokesman.
A witness who was driving behind Bosley told police that Bosley's pickup truck began swerving all over the road and crossed the center line, into the path of the bus, police said.
Police said there is no indication that either Bosley or the bus driver was intoxicated at the time of the crash. The rear tires on Bosley's truck were bald, likely causing him to lose traction and control of the truck as it went up a hill, they said.