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Chester County school bus in crash near high school

School bus involved in wreck on West Main Street in Rock Hill

A Rock Hill school bus carrying students was involved in a wreck around mid-day Thursday on West Main Street, west of Heckle Boulevard. The front end of the bus was damaged, and another vehicle at the scene also had damage. A Rock Hill school spok
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A Rock Hill school bus carrying students was involved in a wreck around mid-day Thursday on West Main Street, west of Heckle Boulevard. The front end of the bus was damaged, and another vehicle at the scene also had damage. A Rock Hill school spok

A school bus was involved in a collision Thursday afternoon near Chester High School, officials said.

No one was hurt in the incident, said Lance Cpl. Gary Miller with the S.C. Highway Patrol.

It is unclear how many students were on the bus at the time of the crash.

Chester County School District spokesperson Becky Crouch said bus No. 26 was involved in a minor accident with another vehicle.

No students on the bus were not hurt, and they were transported home by bus, Crouch said.

The wreck happened at the intersection of J.A. Cochran Bypass and Hilltop Drive, according to the S.C. Highway Patrol.

Chester County Sheriff’s Office deputies were aware of the crash, but school resource officers and other officers did not have to be dispatched to the scene to assist because no injuries were reported, Maj. Dwayne Robinson Sr. of the sheriff’s office said.

The intersection was blocked for about 45 minutes.

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