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No Children Hurt in Selbyville School Bus Accident

Posted: Updated: Nov 7, 2013 03:31 PM EST

SELBYVILLE, Del.– Delaware State Police said none of the seven children aboard a school bus were hurt Thursday morning, when it was rear-ended by a Jeep in Selbyville.

Troopers said that at around 10:45 a.m., 67-year-old William Clark of Frankford was operating a 2011 Blue Bird school bus northbound on Roxana Road at Polly Branch Road. Police said Clark slowed down to make a right turn, when 52-year-old John Riebel of Seaford failed to see the bus slow down. Police said Riebel, who was driving a 1995 Jeep Wrangler, struck the rear bumper of the bus.

Riebel was taken to Atlantic General Hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries. He was cited for inattentive driving.

Police said Clark and the seven students, ranging from ages 4 to 5, were not injured.

Traffic in the area was impacted for an hour as the crash was investigated and cleared.

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