Wyoming, MN (KROC-AM News)- A driver had to be extricated from his vehicle after it crashed into a school bus that was unloading children in the Twin Cities Thursday afternoon. 

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The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office says deputies responded to the crash shortly before 4 p.m. The crash occurred about 9 miles west of Wyoming, MN


The initial crash investigation indicates the school bus had been traveling west on Viking Blvd and was stopped while letting children off at a bus stop when it was rear ended by a sedan. Once he was extricated, the driver of the sedan was transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital in stable condition, according to a news release from the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office. 

No children or adults on the bus were hurt. Deputies cited the driver for duty to drive with due care - speed greater than reasonable. The driver's name has not been released. The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate the crash. 

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