No injuries reported in Columbus school bus crash Wednesday morning

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COLUMBUS, Ind. (Nov. 20, 2013)– Indiana State Police say that a crash involving a school bus resulted in having zero injuries.

According to Trooper Bryce Harris, around 8 a.m. Wednesday morning a 1988 Ford Ranger pickup truck driven by Bobby D. Bryant, 29, of Edinburgh was stopped in the Driftside Mobile Home Park off U.S. 31. A school bus driven by Sheila Marie Wilson, 53, of Columbus was approaching the lot at the same time, and Bryant pulled out in front of the bus.

The bus hit the truck in the rear with the right front bumper. The bus had 16 children aboard but no injuries were reported. Another bus was sent to the scene and the students were loaded on the other bus and transported to school.

Bryant was cited for a learner’s permit violation and operating without proof of financial responsibility.

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