Jul 28, 2016 2:30 PM

UPDATE: Jurors find woman who crashed NH school bus guilty on 4 charges


Jurors reached a verdict Thursday afternoon in the case of the ex-bus driver accused of using her phone before crashing with children on the bus.

Stephanie Boyd was found guilty of two counts of simple assault, reckless conduct and endangering the welfare of a child, but was acquitted of second-degree assault.

READ: Trial begins for NH bus driver accused of crashing into tree while on phone, injuring 3 kids

The crash happened in Nottingham back in February 2015. Stephanie Boyd originally said she missed a turn in the road.

She admitted to police she was downloading an app on her phone. The next thing she knew, the bus had gone off the road and into a tree.

The crash left three children injured, including one who suffered from a broken jaw.

--  Dealing with the Disease of Addiction? Click here for help --


More from NH1.com

NH1 News Replay

NH1 on Twitter

NH1 SkyView Cameras

NH1 on Facebook

Check out NH1 News Rail Polls on LockerDome on LockerDome