Guam – A Nissan Pathfinder clipped the front passenger side of a Guam Public School bus this morning [Thursday]. There were no injuries.
It happened just before 7 am on Route 1 in Upper Tumon in in front of JFK High School.
Guam Police PIO Officer A.J. Balajadia reports that the 48-year-old female driver of a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder failed to yield the right of way and pulled out from the entrance of JFK into the path of the school bus which was traveling south on Marine Corp Drive.
The woman was cited for “Failure to Yield.” She was not injured.
There were 17 students aboard the bus along with the bus driver. None of them were injured either. However, as a cautionary measure, all the students were transported to GMH for evaluations.
The bus received minimal damage and the Pathfinder damages are estimated at around $300.00.