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Originally published October 3, 2013 at 6:40 PM | Page modified October 3, 2013 at 9:40 PM

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Trooper: Students unhurt in school bus-car crash in Blaine

A Pontiac Grand Prix T-boned a school bus full of students in Blaine Thursday morning. Authorities say no students were hurt.

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BLAINE — A Washington State Patrol trooper says no students were hurt when a car T-boned a school bus full of middle and high school students in foggy conditions in Blaine Thursday morning.

Two people in the car were seriously injured.

The Bellingham Herald reports that Trooper Mark Francis says the bus was turning when a Pontiac Grand Prix traveling at a high rate of speed collided with it, knocking an axle off the bus.

Francis says the car driver likely was under the influence of drugs.

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