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Close call in Red Lake Falls

Some Red Lake Falls, Minn., children got a fright Wednesday when a tractor put a hole in the side of their school bus. The bus was headed west on County Road 13 in Louisville Township when it collided with the southbound tractor at the intersecti...

Some Red Lake Falls, Minn., children got a fright Wednesday when a tractor put a hole in the side of their school bus.

The bus was headed west on County Road 13 in Louisville Township when it collided with the southbound tractor at the intersection with 180th Avenue, according to the sheriff's office.

There were five kids on the bus but none were injured. The driver of the bus, Keith Fontaine, 72, and the driver of the tractor, Marc Wagner, 29, both were treated at a nearby hospital for minor injuries.

Authorities said damage to the vehicles was extensive. They said they'll continue to investigate the accident, including who had the right of way.

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