INDIANAPOLIS - No one was injured in a crash involving a school bus Thursday morning in a west-side neighborhood.
Indianapolis police (IMPD) said the report of the wreck came in at roughly 6:50 a.m. near Faculty and Allendale drives on the west side of the city. That's just southeast of West 38th Street and Interstate 465.
The minor wreck involved an Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) bus.
There were very few details immediately available at this point. No word yet as to whether kids were on the bus at the time.
We do know that no one was injured and the wreck appears to have been minor.
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