A school bus careened into a power pole after colliding with a car in a Northeast Philadelphia neighborhood Monday morning.
The crash happened around 6:30 a.m. at Byberry and Thornton Roads, police said.
The impact sent the bus, which did not have any children onboard, into a power pole leaving the front-end crumpled.
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The car, a red sedan, wound up on the opposite side of the road with heavy damage.
Police said the car's driver was complaining about pain, but they did not know the extent of their injuries. The bus driver was not hurt.