WYLIE, Texas (AP) - A school bus driver headed to Wylie East High School received minor injuries when the vehicle crashed into a suburban Dallas home.
The bus driver was taken to a hospital. Police and school officials say the ninth- and 10th-graders weren't injured Tuesday morning. It was unclear whether anyone was home at the time of the crash.
Susan Dacus, a Wylie school district spokeswoman, says the bus driver told investigators she was turning left when the bus accelerator became stuck. She said she couldn't stop and the bus collided with the house.
The 2006 model bus is owned and operated by the Wylie school district.
Wylie is located 23 miles northeast of Dallas.
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