INDIANAPOLIS -- A student and bus driver were hurt Monday morning when a Perry Township school bus was rear-ended.
It happened near Keystone Avenue and Lindbergh Drive around 6:15 A.M.
Perry Township school officials say six students were on the bus at the time of the accident.
One was taken to the hospital after complaining of neck pain. The bus driver bumped her head and was also transported.
The driver of the pickup truck was injured. No word on that person's condition.
As schools get back into session, this is a good reminder about stopping for school buses.
If a bus stops with its flashing lights and the "stop" sign is out, you must stop unless a road is separated by a hard median.
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