Three Marshfield High School students suffered non-life threatening injuries in a motor vehicle accident Thursday morning around 7:00.
Witnesses to the crash said 73 year-old Joann Pollock of Marshfield was driving a car that went through a stop sign on Ferry Street and hit the car with the students inside flipping it onto its roof.
School Superintendent Scott Borstel was at the scene of the accident right after it happened. He and a school bus driver stayed with the students until emergency crews arrived at the scene of the accident.
Pollock is expected to be cited for the accident.
The students were all taken to South Shore Hospital.