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School Bus Catches Fire in S.C. But Students Rescued by Bus Driver

A school bus caught fire after being rear-ended by another vehicle in Darlington County, South Carolina, reported thestate.com. 

The bus driver is being credited as a hero for getting all off the kids off the bus and brought to safety. No one was seriously injured in the incident, according to the news report.

The bus was stopped at railroad tracks on its way to Brunson-Dargon and Cain Elementary schools. There were 34 students who were on board when the bus was hit from behind by a Buick.

The Buick driver was transported to the hospital.



 

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