HOUSTON, Pa. (KDKA) – Nearly a dozen Canon-McMillan students were taken to the hospital after a car rear-ended their school bus this morning in Washington County.

The accident happened when the bus stopped at railroad tracks along Route 519 in Houston, near I-79.

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Eleven students were reportedly on board the bus.

No one was hurt, but the students were taken to the hospital until the district could notify their parents.

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This was the second school bus accident involving Canon-McMillan students on Friday.

This morning, a bus driver suffered some sort of medical problem and hit some signs and a parked car in North Strabane.

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