ALBION – A Central Noble bus carrying 31 students rolled over in the area of Wolf Lake Road and Noble County Road 100 South Tuesday morning.
Superintendent Troy Gaff released a statement saying only three minor injuries were reported and no students needed to be transported by medics.
Gaff said the seat belts on the bus reduced the number of injuries.
All students were transported to Central Noble Primary School and their families were contacted.
The cause of the accident was investigated by the Noble County Sheriff’s Department and Indiana State Police.
They say the bus was heading southwest when its tires went off the road onto a small grass shoulder. Because of the pitch and the wet grass the driver was unable to regain control and it went down a hill into a yard, rolling onto its side in the process.
The driver’s name was not released.
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