One person is dead and at least five others were injured as a result of a Wednesday morning crash that involved a school bus.

According to multiple outlets, the accident happened around 6:30 a.m. near Florida Blvd. and Woodvale Blvd. in Baton Rouge. The two-vehicle crash involved a school bus that was carrying students.

Baton Rouge police stated that one driver ran a stop sign, colliding with a school bus that could be seen on its side in the aftermath of the crash. According to authorities, the driver of the vehicle separate from the bus died from injuries sustained in the accident.

At least five students were taken to a local hospital to be treated for their injuries—none of which are believed to be life-threatening.

See the full story here via WAFB.

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