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School Bus Carrying 32 Kids Crashes Into House After Driver Goes Into Cardiac Arrest

The bus driver was unresponsive when rescue workers arrived at the scene.

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School Bus Crashes

On Monday (August 15) morning, a school bus full of students smashed into a house in Indiana, close to the state’s border with Ohio. According to police, the bus driver went into cardiac arrest before the crash.

According to the Union County Sheriff’s Office, there were thirty-two kids aboard the bus when it crashed at approximately 7:45 in the morning at West College Corner.

Two children riding the bus requested medical examinations and were later discharged.

No one from the school system was immediately available for comment.

According to the authorities, the bus driver—identified as 55-year-old Steven Posco of Liberty, Indiana—appeared to have suffered a sudden cardiac arrest and was unresponsive when rescue workers arrived at the scene.

The front end of the bus sustained significant damage as a result of being pinned underneath the porch of the house, according to the statement.

First responders were successful in removing the driver from the bus and immediately began performing cardiac resuscitation.

His status, however, was unknown as of Monday afternoon, officials said.

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