An accident that occurred near the Falmouth-Cumberland line on Interstate 295 July 14 is still under investigation.

The accident involving a sport utility vehicle, a car and a school bus delayed traffic on the busy highway for over two hours during the afternoon. Around 2:20 p.m., Rudolf Kaserman, 78, of Gorham crossed the median with a sport utility vehicle, went over a cable barrier and ran into the path of Gary and Marilyn Stookey’s northbound car, said Maine Department of Public Safety Spokesman Stephen McCausland. The car then spun into a northbound bus from Regional School Unit 5 carrying 30 elementary-age children and six staff members.

No one was injured on the bus driven by Karen Sylvain, 56, of Freeport. McCausland said he did not know the current condition of others involved.

Kaserman sustained minor injuries, according to Maine State Police Trooper Marvin Hinkley. Gary Stookey, 72, and Marilyn Stookey, 79, were admitted to Maine Medical Center. The night of the accident Gary Stookey was listed in fair condition, while his wife was in critical condition. A nursing supervisor was unable to provide up to date information on either patient today.

McCausland expects a final report on the accident to be complete within a week.