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UPDATE: Lexington Two school bus involved in accident

LEXINGTON COUNTY (WIS) - A car and school bus collided this morning in Lexington County on Pine Ridge Road, near Highway 321. 

A Lexington Two School District spokesperson tells News 10 the bus was headed to its middle school route when the accident happened, but no students were on board.

According to a Highway Patrol spokesperson, A Chevy Blazer was traveling north on Pine Ridge when it went left of center and hit the school bus head on.  The driver of the Blazer will be charged with driving left of center.

There were no injuries.

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