No one hurt after CMS bus involved in crash in Matthews, officials say

MATTHEWS, N.C. — No one was hurt after a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools bus was involved in a two-vehicle crash in Matthews Monday morning, according to officials.

According to CMS officials, bus 1964 was involved in the crash along Matthews-Mint Hill road after 7 a.m. and only one student was on board. No one was hurt, police said.

A Channel 9 crew at the scene could see the bus pulled over with very minor damage on its front end. Police were blocking one lane of traffic.

Police said the crash investigation is still being conducted by Matthews Police.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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