School bus carrying 32 students crashes into a house in Indiana, police say

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A school bus packed with students slammed into an Indiana home, leaving the driver hospitalized, police in Indiana told news outlets.

The bus was carrying 32 students when it crashed into a College Corner home at 8 a.m., Aug. 15, Indiana State Police told TV station WLWT.

College Corner, which sits on the border between Indiana and Ohio, is roughly 46 miles northwest of downtown Cincinnati.

No students were hurt, but the driver was unresponsive and trapped by debris when first responders arrived, WDTN reported.

The homeowner was outside when the crash happened and was unharmed, according to the outlet.

While the crash is under investigation, police say the bus driver appeared to have suffered some sort of medical emergency that caused them to lose control of the vehicle, WXIX reported.

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