SAN ANTONIO -- A school bus plunged about 15 feet from a Texas expressway overpass to the doorstep of a hotel below, miraculously causing only non-life-threatening injuries to the child and two adults aboard.

The crash happened about 4:45 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 37 at East Commerce Street on the eastern edge of downtown San Antonio.

Police Sgt. Javier Salazar says a collision with a car on the northbound expressway overpass sent the bus careening through a concrete barrier and nosing into the frontage road in front of a Comfort Suites hotel.

Salazar says the adults were taken from the bus to University Medical Center with possible fractures, while the child had minor cuts and bruises. The driver of the car also was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

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  • June 26, 2012 - Looking south, the Allen High School main campus (grades 10-12) can be seen in the distance from the new Allen Eagle Stadium press box. The main campus has a student enrollment of 3,996 and the Lowery Freshman Center campus has a reported enrollment of 1,395 which puts the total Allen High School enrollment at 5,391. Most state and national enrollment numbers only show main campus figures. According to high-schools.com, if the main campus and Lowery Freshman Center numbers were combined, Allen would have the second largest high school enrollment in the nation behind Evit Gilbert (5,858) in Gilbert, AZ.

  • June 26, 2012 - From atop the press box, crews can be seen working to put the finishing touches on the playing field and seating in the nearly completed Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • June 26, 2012 - Finishing touches are being completed at the new Allen Eagle Stadium. The hallway shown contains the home locker room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009.

  • June 26, 2012 - A view of the field and reserved seating from home side plaza area of the nearly completed Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • June 26, 2012 - Crews work to put the finishing touches on the playing field and seating in the nearly completed Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • June 26, 2012 - A view of the press box from the visitors' sideline of the nearly completed Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • June 26, 2012 - The morning sun casts a shadow on the upper deck walkway of the nearly completed Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • August 3, 2012 - A view from atop the press box of the nearly completed Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • August 3, 2012 - Allen Eagle starting quarterback, Oliver Pierce (26), has a laugh with a few of his teammates during Media Day for the new Allen Eagle Stadium. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • August 3, 2012 - Looking out of the visitor's tunnel you can see the press box and home side seating of the nearly completed Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • August 3, 2012 - A weight room that would rival any Division I football program awaits Allen ISD athletes as the new Allen Eagle Stadium nears completion. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • August 3, 2012 - Christian Herr, an Associate Principal with PBK Architects, fields questions from the media regarding construction of the new Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • August 3, 2012 - A view of the press box and home side seating of the nearly completed Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.

  • August 3, 2012 - Allen Eagle head coach, Tom Westerberg, fields questions from reporters during Media Day for the new Allen Eagle Stadium. The $59.6 million dollar, 18,000 seat project was funded from a $119 million bond package approved by voters in 2009. The stadium features a sunken-bowl design, video scoreboard, multi-level press box, weight room, wrestling room, and an indoor golf facility. The stadium is on schedule for completion and will officially open Friday August 31, 2012 when Allen hosts the defending 5A State Champions, Southlake Carroll.