GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4) – Hospital officials say the remaining injured victims from a school bus crash have been released from North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley.

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The crash happened on Thursday near County Roads 22 and 49 when a truck driver allegedly fell asleep at the wheel and hit the bus causing both vehicles to swerve to the sides of the road.

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The bus was on its way back from Elitch Gardens. It was carrying teens with the Student Recovery Program; a summer program designed to empower young Latino men in the Greeley community.

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One of the victims told CBS4 he was hurt and several of his friends suffered broken bones. His thoughts are also with the bus driver who was more seriously injured.

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The Greeley Tribune reports the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration doesn’t require school buses to be equipped with seat belts. However, all buses in District 6 have seat belts, and school district officials say they are considering requiring students to wear seat belts following Thursday’s crash.

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The truck driver, William Carroll of Littleton, has been charged with a careless driving resulting in injury.