Detroit — For the second straight day, a bus carrying Detroit Public School students has been involved in a minor collision.
On Thursday morning, a school bus operated by Safeway Transportation was rear-ended in the area of Gratiot and Outer Drive on the city’s northeast side.
According to DPS spokesman Steve Wasko, there were no injuries in the incident.
On Wednesday morning, a school bus and a car collided at Heyden and Sawyer streets on the city’s west side.
There were no injuries to approximately 20 middle school students on board the bus at the time nor to the three people riding in the car.
According to the Detroit Police Department, the collision was caused by confusion over which vehicle had the right of way.