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Vehicle Collides With School Bus in Vermont



    Vehicle Collides With School Bus in Vermont
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    A vehicle collided with a school bus which was carrying 34 students in Hyde Park, Vermont, on Friday afternoon, according to officials.

    Allysha M. Taylor, of Johnson, was traveling eastbound on Route 15 when she collided with the rear end of a vehicle, the Lamoille County Sheriff's Department says. However, while trying to avoid the collision, Taylor crossed into the westbound lane and was then struck by the school bus.

    Out of the 34 students, nine were evaluated by local EMS and Morristown Rescue for minor injuries. No students needed to be taken to the hospital.

    The drivers involved in the accident were not injured.

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