(Waltham, Mass.) -- Crews responded to a crash Wednesday that left a school bus on its side on Route 95 in Waltham, Massachusetts. State police tweeted that the school bus was involved in a collision with a pickup truck, and rolled over a guardrail.
Police later confirmed via Twitter that all occupants got off the bus, which was carrying 22 students from Grade 6 through Grade 8 at Curtis Middle School in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Ten of the children were taken to the hospital with minor injuries, and the other 12 were evaluated for precautionary reasons.
All students had been examined and released, or were expected to be released, by late Wednesday afternoon, according to the police.
In a press release Wednesday afternoon, the Massachusetts State Patrol said the cause of the crash remained under investigation, and the bus had been removed from the scene.
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