Deputies Investigate School Bus Crash In Boyle County

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Updated: 12/20/2013 7:47 pm
Deputies say several children were on a school bus when it crashed in Boyle County.

The Boyle County Fire Department says around 3:30 Friday a school bus crashed on Alum Springs Road.

They say there were several students on board but would not say how many.

Officials say none of the students were seriously hurt.

The driver of the bus was injured.

The front end of the school bus was heavily damaged.

ABC 36 is on the way to the scene and will bring you more information when it becomes available.

(photo taken by Advocate Messenger)

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