Students unharmed following morning bus crash
A school bus taking students to Kanapaha Middle School was involved in an accident Wednesday morning when it was rear ended by a car on Archer Road. 60 students were on the bus at the time of the accident. Alachua County Schools Public Information Officer Jackie Johnson says the students were not harmed in the collision.
The school bus sustained limited damage from the accident.
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