A student was injured in a schoolbus accident Wednesday and the driver may have suffered a health condition that led to the crash, southeast of Des Moines. State Patrol Lieutenant Rob Hansen says reports coming in were confusing at first. He had a poor-quality cellphone message from an officer at the scene that told him two people were injured, one a student — but the rest of the students on the bus were OK. Hansen said the first reports indicated the injured student wasn’t hurt bad, though another person was airlifted from the scene to a local hospital after the incident, northeast of Indianola. The bus went off the road at the intersection of County Highway G-36 and 150th street in rural Warren County, both of them gravel roads. Trooper Hansen says the rest of the students on the bus, shaken but not badly hurt, were taken to the school so parents could pick them up.
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