School bus driver hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries in Dodge Co. crash

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CYLMAN, Wis. — A school bus driver was hospitalized Tuesday afternoon with non-life-threatening injuries following a three-vehicle crash in rural Dodge County.

According to Dodge County Sheriff’s Office officials, the 75-year-old man driving the school bus was traveling northbound on County Highway M at the same time a 56-year-old man driving a dump truck was traveling westbound on State Highway 60. The two vehicles collided in the intersection and eventually stopped in the northwest ditch.

Officials said a 21-year-old man driving a FedEx van was also struck in the collision, but he was uninjured. The driver of the dump truck and the five passengers on the school bus were also uninjured. A passenger in the FedEx van was also uninjured.

The driver of the school bus suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to a local hospital in an ambulance.

The crash in under investigation by the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office and Wisconsin State Patrol.

Wisconsin State Patrol, Watertown emergency medical services, Juneau emergency medical services, Clyman Fire Department, Lowell Fire Department, Reesevill Fire Department and the Dodge County Emergency Management helped respond to the scene.