A visiting activities bus from Oklahoma overturned July 10 while northbound on Route AA about 480 feet south of Osborne Pass after failing to negotiate a curve around 4:37 p.m., according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. The bus was being driven by Elizabeth K. Boevers, 56, of Tulsa.

Fourteen children were transported with minor injuries following a bus accident in the Roach area of Camden County Monday evening.

A visiting activities bus from Oklahoma overturned July 10 while northbound on Route AA about 480 feet south of Osborne Pass after failing to negotiate a curve around 4:37 p.m., according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. The bus was being driven by Elizabeth K. Boevers, 56, of Tulsa.

Boevers was not injured. The bus was described as totaled in the patrol report.

The bus had been occupied by 40 people with 39 of them being children, according to a separate press release from the Camden County Sheriff's Office.

Among the bus occupants who had minor injuries, according to the patrol report, were Rowin P. Bennett, 12, of Tulsa; Luke D. Brunner, 14, Benjamin S. Cloud, 13, Miles R. Gibbons, 13, Logan A. Harper, 14, Benjamin D. Himaya, 13, Noah R. Lofton, 12, Chance S. Lovelle, 13, Ty W. Mills, 13, Michael B. Oswald, 11, Isiah M. Pepera, 12, and Silas L. Rose, 13, all of Broken Arrow; Micha A. Johnson, 12, of Washington, Penn.; and Ethan S. Spencer, 12, of Claymore, Okla. Thirteen of the 14 were transported to Lake Regional Hospital for treatment.

According to the CCSO, one child was transported by Lifeline helicopter service to a Springfield hospital. The patrol report indicates Logan Harper - listed above - was transported via helicopter to Mercy Hospital with minor injuries.

All available CCSO deputies, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Sunrise Beach Police Department, two helicopters (Staff and Lifeline), multiple ambulances from Mercy and Lake West along with Mid County, Osage Beach and Sunrise Beach fire protection districts responded. The helicopters staged at a landing zone established at Mid County Station 3. 

The patrol report indicated the driver and injured children were all using safety devices.