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No children injured in Monday morning school bus crash near Regent

REGENT--A Mott-Regent school bus driver was injured following a crash involving a school bus with four children on board and an SUV Monday morning, just outside of Regent.

REGENT-A Mott-Regent school bus driver was injured following a crash involving a school bus with four children on board and an SUV Monday morning, just outside of Regent.

Sheila Gruba, 50 of Mott, was injured in the crash after the North Dakota Highway Patrol said she failed to yield at the intersection of 102nd Avenue Southwest and 64th Street Southwest just outside of Regent around 7:15 a.m. Monday.

According to the report, Gruba was headed eastbound on 64th Street Southwest, approaching 102nd Avenue Southwest, which is marked with a stop sign. The driver of the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox, Kelly Stewart, 49 of Mott, was going northbound on 102nd Avenue Northwest and had the right-of-way. The driver of the school bus failed to yield at the intersection and pulled out in front of the northbound Chevrolet, causing the SUV to strike the passenger entrance of the school bus.

Gruba was not wearing a seatbelt and sustained undisclosed injuries. She was transported to CHI St. Alexius hospital in Dickinson for medical treatment.

No students were injured in the crash and were released to their parents.

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Gruba was cited for failing to yield at an intersection marked with a stop sign.

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