It was a rough ride to school for some kids in South Carolina after their bus got rear ended and caught on fire. State Highway Patrol spokesman Corporal Sonny Collins says the school bus was stopped at railroad tracks when a car hit it from behind.
The bus was filled with 34 students who were on their way to two elementary schools at the time, according to Darlington County School District spokeswoman Audrey Childers. But the kids weren’t in danger for long. The Palmetto Rural Fire Department says in a Facebook post that the driver got all the children off the burning bus and that none of them were seriously injured.
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