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Michigan School Bus Crash Causes School Power Outages

No one was injured following a school bus crash in Jackson, Michigan, but the bus was knocked into a utility pole that caused power outages throughout the region, reported Michigan Live.

On Friday, a passenger vehicle ran a red light and hit a Jackson Public Schools bus. The bus was knocked off the road and hit a utility pole, according to news reports.

As a result, around 1,3000 customers lost electric power, including Cascade/Frost Elementary School. School was closed on Friday as a result.

No students were onboard the school bus during the crash. The two drivers involved received minor injuries that were treated at the scene.

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