School Administrator Hit by a Bus in Wyoming County

TUNKHANNOCK -- A Wyoming County school bus struck a school administrator Friday afternoon.

Police say the crash happened just after 3 p.m. Jason Azarovich was struck by a bus outside of the Tunkhannock Area high school.

Azarovich was taken to the hospital and according to police has non-life threatening injuries.

Police say the bus company is privately owned and no children were on the bus at the time of the crash.

The bus driver stayed with police and the bus was able to continue its route for the rest of the day once a new driver arrived.

No charges have been filed. Police are still investigating the crash in Wyoming County.

8 comments

  • Jacob Smith

    I went to this school. He was most likely on foot when he was hit. The school usually has several teachers directing traffic after school to make the process a little smoother.

  • Lance

    This news story doesnt say if he was in a car or walking in front or behind the bus. Nothing… C’mon WNEP write all the news!

  • El Ma

    Mmmmmyeah…………okayyyyyyyyy. The administrator was struck by the bus…….while walking? Riding a bike? Tap dancing? Parasailing?

    • Robert

      He jumped in front of that bus while exercising his absolute and undisputed authority in order to bring to the attention of the bus driver not enough attention was being paid to said administrator! The bus driver offered up some lame excuse about watching for traffic while pulling out into said traffic. After a brief conversation between the involved parties the administrator fell to the ground and cried out, “Take me to the emergency room”.

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