RAYNE TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A school bus driver was killed in a three-vehicle crash involving the bus she was driving in Indiana County on Tuesday afternoon.
The crash happened along Route 85, near Route 119, in Rayne Township just before 4 p.m.
The Indiana County coroner’s office confirmed early Wednesday morning that the driver of the school bus was killed. She’s identified as Sarah Slovinsky, 34, of Beyer.
The bus was not transporting any students at the time of the crash.
State police say one of the other vehicles involved was heading west on Route 85 when the driver didn’t see the second vehicle stopped to make a left turn onto Dogwood Circle.
The first vehicle hit the second, then continued into the eastbound lane and hit the bus.
Slovinsky was taken by ambulance to the hospital, where she died from her injuries.
The other two drivers were not injured.
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