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School Bus Crash in Maine, No Children Injured
02/26/2013 11:21 AM ET  

Steve McCausland of the state Public Safety Department says the bus collided with a car on Route 202 in Lebanon this morning.

LEBANON, Maine (AP) _ Maine State Police say no children have been injured in a school bus crash in Lebanon.

Steve McCausland of the state Public Safety Department says the bus collided with a car on Route 202 on Tuesday morning. The drivers of the bus and car suffered minor injuries.

Trooper Matthew Williams said there were seven children between the ages of 6 and 11 on the bus at the time.

Williams said the bus driver, 47-year-old John Chanley of Berwick, drove the bus onto Route 202 from Creamery Hill Road and into the path of the oncoming car. That driver was 46-year-old Kim Scott of Lebanon.

The bus is owned by the school district serving Berwick and Lebanon.



 

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