UPDATED 4:00 p.m.
Authorities now say a few students were hurt in Tuesday morning's SUV vs. bus crash in rural Minnehaha County.
Brandon Valley School Superintendent Jarod Larson says initial reports stated no one was hurt, but school officials have sinced learned a few students were injured, including a concussion, a bruised forearm and headaches.
Larson says the school and the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office are still asking parents to let them know if their child was hurt in the crash.
Sgt. Jeff Barnable with the Sheriff's Office says they are still investigating the cause, however witnesses have told them the SUV allegedly slid through the stop sign at the intersection, colliding with the bus.
The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office is asking for any child injured from Tuesday morning's school bus vs. SUV crash to report the injury to the sheriff's office.
Before deputies had arrived on the scene, children from the bus had been moved to another bus and taken away from the scene. It was reported to deputies that there were no injuries, but deputies want to know if their were any injuries that weren't reported.
You can contact the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office at the non-emergency number (605) 367-700.
Authorities responded to a bus vs. SUV crash in rural Minnehaha County Tuesday morning.
According to the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office, there were no injuries. But authorities are reminding the public to slow down and allow extra time to stop while driving on snow-covered roads.
The crash happened near 258th Street and 476th Avenue East of Renner.
Roads are extremely slick this morning. Another vehicle collided with this school bus at an intersection. Thankfully nobody was injured. Please slow down and allow yourself extra time to stop. pic.twitter.com/daHlz3TqNd— Minnehaha Sheriff (@MinnehahaCounty) February 12, 2019
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