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HOUSTON — At least 25 students and five adults have been transported to local hospitals after two Navasota ISD school buses were involved in a crash in northwest Houston, the school district said.

The accident happened on Highway 290 near Fairbanks Wednesday morning.

According to NISD, fifth-grade students from John C. Webb Elementary were traveling to Houston for a museum field trip when a dump truck rear ended one of the buses, forcing the vehicle to crash into the second bus in front of it.

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The district said the students’ and staff injuries appear to be minor at this time.

Parents and guardians have been contacted or will be contacted soon by school personnel.