A teenage girl suffered a broken collarbone in a road traffic collision on the A264 dual carriageway between Horsham and Crawley on Saturday (June 7).
A Sussex police statement says that at approximately 4.25pm a collision occurred involving a Ford Fiesta car and two school minibuses.
A passenger in one of the minibuses, a 15-year-old girl, suffered a broken collarbone and the car driver, a 19-year-old man, needed stitches for an arm injury.
Both were taken to the East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, for treatment. Nine other people in the minibuses sustained cuts and bruises.
The road was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident and police have said thet would like to thank motorists for their patience.
The minibuses, from Caterham School, in Harestone Valley Road, Caterham, were returning from a tennis fixture when the collision occurred.
The police statement says: “Witnesses to the collision or to the manner of driving of the vehicles involved shortly beforehand, and who have not yet spoken to police, are asked to phone 101 or email email@example.com, quoting serial 1150 of 7/6.”