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Man who rear-ended school bus arrested for drunk driving

Police believe a man who drove into the back of a St. Cloud school bus carrying kids was intoxicated. They arrested the 72-year-old man after he rear-ended the bus that stopped to let kids off. No one was seriously injured.
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Police believe a man who drove into the back of a St. Cloud school bus carrying kids was intoxicated. They arrested the 72-year-old man after he rear-ended the bus that stopped to let kids off. No one was seriously injured.

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