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One woman injured in South Bend auto accident

Oct 9, 2008 | Auto Accident, Slip and Fall, Stewart & Stewart


October 9, 2008

The South Bend Tribune reported that a woman was taken to the hospital this afternoon after her car collided with a school bus.

Police said the woman ran a stop sign, colliding with the back tires of the bus, causing this South Bend car accident.

The woman was taken to Memorial Hospital. The driver of the bus was not injured. No children were on the bus at the time of the South Bend car accident.

The impact of the South Bend auto accident was strong enough to briefly tip the bus off of its left-side tires. The vehicle appeared undamaged after the Indiana auto accident.

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