Minor injuries reported, no students taken to hospital after school bus hits utility pole

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Police and EMS are on scene after a school bus hit a power pole in the East 155th Street and St. Clair area Wednesday morning.

According to Cleveland Metropolitan School District spokesperson Roseann Canfora, the bus was stuck in the snow, but managed to climb a hill before sliding backward into the pole. The pole then reportedly fell onto a car.

There were three students who were examined by EMS and released with their families as they only had minor injuries. All three students attend Warner Girls’ Leadership Academy.

Wires were pulled down during the crash.

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