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School Bus Catches Fire; No Children HurtSubmitted: 01/11/2013

Ben Meyer
Executive Producer
bmeyer@wjfw.com


MINOCQUA - Fire badly damaged a school bus near Minocqua early this morning.

Thankfully, it happened before kids were picked up for school.

The driver was about to start her route when she noticed smoke in the back around 6:40 this morning.

She pulled over as the fire started.

Minocqua Fire responded to the scene.

The driver was taken to Ministry Howard Young Medical Center for precautionary reasons.

The Fire Department thinks the bus' heater was to blame for the fire.

PHOTO CREDIT: Brian Jopek, Lakeland Times

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