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Oct 12, 5:31 PM EDT

Minor injuries reported in Delaware school bus crash


NEW CASTLE, Del. (AP) -- Police say eight elementary school students suffered minor injuries when a Porsche driver turned into the path of their school bus.

Delaware State Police say a Porsche Cayenne driven by 51-year-old Michael McHugh of Ocean City, New Jersey, turned in front of their bus at about 8:20 a.m. Thursday. WPVI-TV reported that the bus was carrying Colonial School District students ages 7 to 10 to New Castle Elementary School.

Police say eight of the 17 students on the bus were treated and released at a hospital for minor injuries.

Police say McHugh was treated at a hospital for minor injuries and is charged with failing to yield and having expired tags.

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