TOWN OF RANDALL, Wis. (AP) — No serious injuries are reported after a pickup collided with a school bus in southeastern Wisconsin.

Kenosha County authorities say the Randall School bus had 21 people including the driver on board and was stopped to pick up a student when a pickup rear-ended the bus around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Two students later sought treatment for minor injuries. The 44-year-old Twin Lakes man who was driving the pickup reported minor injuries but was not taken to a hospital.

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Authorities say the bus was displaying its stop sign and warning lights. The bus was able to leave under its own power, and the students were brought to school.

The Kenosha News reports investigators believe inattentive driving led to the crash.

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