CHESTER, Pa. — A minivan sideswiped a school bus outside Philadelphia, leaving seven students and one adult with minor injuries.

The crash happened in Chester around 7:30 a.m. Monday. The Chester Charter School bus was transporting 29 students. The ages of those hurt wasn’t released.

The driver of the minivan and seven students were taken to a nearby hospital. The students were released later Monday. There’s no word on the driver’s condition.

The other students were transferred to a different bus and taken to their respective schools.

No charges have been filed.

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