Vandiver said he spoke with both shortly after the accident but neither could provide any real details.
A church bus carrying high school students and adults has crashed in the Atlanta area, leaving several people injured.
According to Fulton County Police, the accident happened on Camp Creek Parkway at Merk Road just after 4 p.m. The bus came to rest next to a dark-colored sedan. They are taking calls from the people on the bus to find out more about who is injured.
The NTSB is gathering information about the crash and did not immediately have an official comment, a spokesman told AL.com Thursday night.
Of the 21 people injured, nine were immediately taken to nearby hospitals, according to Chief Larry Few with the Fulton County Fire Department.
"We know there was a wreck, some injuries". One moment, things are fine.
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The Mount Zion Baptist Church bus from Huntsville, Alabama, was headed to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for a flight to South Africa, officials said. Mount Zion Baptist Church in Huntsville, Ala., posted on its Facebook page that one of its buses with its student ministry mission was involved in a crash while traveling to the airport.
SkyTracker 11 showed the bus overturned on the road. Slay said some of the injuries were critical.
At last one other vehicle was involved in the crash, local media reported. Of those, four were critical, three were in fair condition and one was listed as stable.
Atlanta Medical Center and Wellstar Kennestone Hospital also received patients.
"All I know is she's got a head injury, maybe a broken bone or two". "At that time he was sort of out of it-he was dazed a little, just trying to figure out what was going on".
"When bad stuff happens, we all want to question why", Lance Roberson said.