May 27, 2015 8:36 PM
DURHAM – No charges have been filed in last week’s crash involving a school bus on Route 108.
Investigators are looking to reports that Ashley Companga, of Litchfield, drifted across the road’s center line before the accident occurred.
Companga became trapped in her car and had to be rescued and transported to Portsmouth Regional Hospital last Friday.
The Toyota Prius she was driving collided head-on with an Oyster River school bus with 11 children on board.
Durham Deputy Police Chief Rene Kelley said two children on the bus had minor injuries.
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