KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Missouri education officials say no one was injured when a driver sideswiped a bus carrying six students from a school that serves the severely disabled.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education says reports indicate the driver may have run a stop sign before Thursday's crash at a Kansas City intersection.
A nurse on board the bus at the time evaluated the students from B.W. Sheperd State School before they were transferred to another bus. When the students arrived at their school, they were evaluated again.
B.W. Sheperd is one of 35 schools for the severely disabled in Missouri. It serves kindergarten to 12th-graders.