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Ex-School Bus Driver Indicted in Crash

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    Ex-School Bus Driver Indicted in Crash
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    The driver of a school bus that crashed into a tree in Nottingham, New Hampshire, in February, injuring three children, has been indicted.

    Stephanie Boyd was indicted this month on charges of second-degree assault, reckless conduct, endangering the welfare of a child and two counts of simple assault.

    Authorities said she was accused of downloading a mobile app to her cellphone while driving.

    One 12-year-old girl on the bus suffered a broken jaw, facial nerve damage and cuts.

    It wasn't immediately known if Boyd, who no longer drives a bus, has a lawyer.

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