20 Students Taken To Hospitals After Bus Crash

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Updated: 5/07 12:17 pm
A crash involving a school bus in Lincoln County has sent 20 students and the driver of a pickup truck to area hospitals.

Lincoln County Schools Superintendent Karen Hatter told media outlets the crash happened around 8 a.m.

Wednesday on Kentucky 78. She didn't know what caused the crash.

Hatter says the bus had at least 38 children aboard and those who were taken to hospitals didn't appear to be seriously injured.

The driver of the pickup truck was air-lifted from the scene.

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