At least 4 vehicles, school bus involved in Idaho Falls crash

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IDAHO FALLS — Police responded to a crash involving at least four vehicles and a school bus at the intersection of Hitt Road and John Adams Parkway Thursday morning.

The wreck happened around 7:45 a.m. and Idaho Falls Police, Bonneville County Sheriff deputies and one ambulance responded to the scene.

A Ford F250, a blue minivan, a Nissan Murano and one other vehicle were all damaged, according to Idaho Falls city spokeswoman Kerry Hammon. A school bus also received minor damage. It’s unknown if drivers or passengers in the other vehicles were hurt.

A robocall from Falls Valley Elementary School informed parents the bus was not struck by a vehicle, but was impacted by debris. The bus was loaded with children, but none were injured.

Police continue to investigate the crash. EastIdahoNews.com will post new details when we receive them.

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