INDIANAPOLIS — Six of the 12 people injured when a school bus carrying severely disabled students crashed have been released from a hospital.
Indianapolis St. Vincent Hospital spokesman Johnny Smith says it treated four adults and two children ages 8-10 and they've all been discharged.
A doctor at Methodist Hospital tells The Indianapolis Star that three children and two adults are in good condition with no serious trauma.
Indiana State Police say a truck was changing lanes on Interstate 65 just north of Indianapolis about 2 p.m. Thursday when it cut in front of the special-needs school bus. The bus driver tells police she swerved into the soft median to avoid the truck and then the bus rolled over.