Jackson police are investigating what caused a driver to crash into a building after causing an accident involving a baby and a school bus.
A mother and her baby were riding in a Honda Accord which was totaled after colliding into a JPS school bus.
It happened at around 8 am at the intersection of Woodrow Wilson Avenue and West Street.
Police say a man driving a Tahoe hit the Honda, causing the Honda to hit the bus.
Shortly after the school bus accident the Tahoe crashed into the Canadian National Engineer's Office on Mill Street.
"I heard one loud crash then I heard another one," said witness Angela Templeton. "As I looked out the front window I saw the bus spin around and start to tip. My husband ran out to the opposite side of the bus and caught the SUV that caused the accident taking off as we ran to make sure there were no kids on the bus."
Police say there were no children on the school bus at the time of the crash.
The mom, baby, and driver of the Tahoe were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
JDP is looking into whether or not the Tahoe driver will get cited for the accident.
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