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Car hits school bus during rainy morning commute in Fargo

FARGO - This morning's rainfall may have played a role in a crash police are reporting between an early-morning commuter and a school bus. Fargo police Lt. Joel Vettel said the car was headed north on 25th Street in south Fargo at around 7:15 whe...

FARGO – This morning’s rainfall may have played a role in a crash police are reporting between an early-morning commuter and a school bus.

Fargo police Lt. Joel Vettel said the car was headed north on 25th Street in south Fargo at around 7:15 when its driver ran a red light.

The driver tried to apply the brakes, but wasn’t able to stop the car before sliding and crashing into a school bus that was crossing the intersection at 26th Avenue.

There was one child aboard the school bus at the time.

Neither the child, the school bus driver or the car’s driver were injured, said Vettel.

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It was raining at the time of the crash, Vettel said.

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