Police have given more information on the condition of the driver and school children involved in a minibus crash.

The incident took place on Monday, November 13 shortly after 5.30pm along the A350, east of Trowbridge.

The road was at at Ashton Common between the Common Hill junction and Ashton Road junction.

A spokesperson for Wiltshire Police said: “We attended reports of a road traffic collision on the A350 east of Trowbridge, shortly after 5.30pm on Monday (November 13), involving a collision between a minibus and a car transporter.

“The driver of the minibus suffered serious but not life-changing or life-threatening injuries. 

"In addition one of the 12 children in the vehicle was taken to hospital to be treated for non-life changing injuries.

“A number of children suffered minor injuries which did not require hospital treatment.

There were no arrests at the scene and the road was closed for about four hours while emergency services attended the scene.”

Speaking previously, Warminster School headteacher Matt Williams said: “Two members of staff from Warminster School went straight to the scene and parents of those pupils involved were quickly contacted.

“Our driver and several pupils were taken to hospital and treated for minor injuries, while others were taken home by their parents.

“We would like to thank the emergency services and all those at Steeple Ashton Village Hall for their support and kindness.”