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September 16, 2013

Greater Clark County Schools bus involved in accident

No injuries reported

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — A Greater Clark County Schools bus was involved in an accident on Ind. 62 at a railroad crossing near the Interstate 265 exit this afternoon, according to district officials.

Bus No. 103 was rear-ended by a car after the car apparently failed to stop at the railroad crossing, Erin Bojorquez, supervisor of communications and public relations for the district, said in an email.

The bus was transporting students from Charles A Prosser School of Technology to Jeffersonville High School at the time of the accident around 2:20 p.m.

Two students were on board, according to Jeffersonville Police Detective Todd Hollis. No injuries were reported in the accident.

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