2 Hurt in School Bus Crash

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    Two people are hurt after a driver loses control of a school bus.

    The driver lost control of the bus while taking students home from St. Joseph's High School Thursday.  The bus struck a parked vehicle before crashing into a tree on the 2000 block of Union Road in Vineland, N.J., according to police.

    Officials say a 16-year-old student and the driver were injured.  Both were taken to Inspira Medical Center Vineland. 

    Two other students were on the bus at the time of the accident.  Neither suffered any injuries.