School bus carrying about 50 students crashes into house

A school bus driver has been taken to a hospital and about 50 students are being checked out after their bus left the road and crashed into a house in central Kentucky.
    
The News-Enterprise reports a Hardin County school bus carrying students from Lakewood Elementary School in the Stephensburg community ran into the home Monday afternoon.
    
The bus driver was taken to University of Louisville Hospital. Schools spokesman John Wright said students on the bus were to be checked for injuries. Another bus was sent to take students back to Lakewood where they could be picked up.
 

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