SIDNEY, Ohio (WDTN) - A Sidney City Schools’ bus was involved in an accident Friday morning.
The bus was stopped at a home on Millcreek Road with activated lights, said superintendent John Scheu. A car was stopped behind the bus when a second car, blinded by the sun, failed to see the bus lights or the first car and rear-ended the first car, forcing it partially under the bus.
Both drivers of the cars were taken to Wilson Memorial Hospital where they were treated for minor injuries.
The bus had seven students on board. One student was in the safety zone waiting with his mother when the accident occurred. Neither the bus driver, nor the students were injured.
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