Students involved in a horrific bus Accident shed light on the chaos that ensued during the incident. According to the children, everyone was literally flying around and screaming. Elijah Allen said while gazing out the window with his friends; he saw a Honda car driving erratically before it clipped the chartered bus. Allen was bleeding profusely from his injuries but said he only cried for his mother and father.

Charter bus overturned in Havre De Grace; 30 injured

The chartered bus carrying 26 children and three chaperones overturned on Interstate 95 in Havre De Grace.

According to the local police department, the incident happened near the 89-mile marker on the southbound lanes. Havre de Grace is along the Susquehanna River and just about 40 miles northeast of Baltimore. On Monday, at around 9:30 a.m., 30 people were traveling on the bus when it overturned on a busy highway.

Official reports stated that all passengers including the driver suffered injuries. While none of the occupants died, it's reported, that an adult and a child were flown to nearby hospitals. Medical staffs reported that both individuals were listed in critical condition. The ambulatory staff treated some victims on the spot while others were sent to a local treatment center.

Police officials said no fatalities were reported.

However, an investigation launched will ascertain why the Honda had caused the bus to overturn. The adult in critical condition is at the Shock Trauma center at the University of Maryland. Additionally, the child with severe injuries was sent to the Nemours Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children in nearby New Castle.

Students escaped death in a horrific bus accident

According to the first responders, most of the injuries were bruises, scrapes, and cuts. However, some with serious injuries had large lacerations and broken bones. Harford County fire officials cordoned off the scene and quickly assessed the accident. Reportedly, traffic had slow down, and travelers experienced delays in both directions.

Crime scene investigators said it time to investigate the accident. Investigators are questioning the driver of both vehicles to get an insight into the incident. Fox 45 News said Philadelphia's police officers were on their way to Washington, D.C., had also stopped to assist the victims.

A report from Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley said the group was from Pennsylvania. The school had chartered the bus for a field trip to Washington, D.C.