School bus driver cited for crash

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. - A north Florida school bus driver was cited following a crash with an SUV.

The Florida Highway Patrol reports that 63-year-old Molly Roberts was driving the Alachua County school bus through an intersection Tuesday afternoon, failing to respect to the SUV's right of way. The Gainesville Sun reports that the SUV clipped the rear of the bus, spinning both vehicles around and blocking the road.

Officials say none of the six children on the bus were injured, but the SUV's driver was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Roberts was charged with a traffic violation.

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