Driver critical, another arrested after street racing crash in Orange County, FHP says

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Two street racers caused two crashes, one involving a school bus, in Orange County, the Florida Highway Patrol said.  
The incident happened on Pine Hills Road late Thursday, FHP said. The bus was not carrying passengers.
FHP said the school bus was turning left out of the bus depot when one of the cars that was racing hit it. The other car swerved and hit an unoccupied house, troopers said.  
Two people were trapped inside the car that crashed into the bus, authorities said. The driver, Deshawn Pinney, 19, and a passenger, were cut out of the car after it was wedged underneath the bus, FHP said.
"The whole front of the car was underneath the bus, and it looked really bad. I don't even think the people in there were alive," witness Lyndah Hunter said.
Pinney was hospitalized and remains in critical condition, officials said. Neither the passenger's name nor condition have been released.

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — The other driver, Riaz Zaman, 19, was arrested on charges of reckless driving, troopers said.