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State Farm shuttle bus leaves roadway


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It’s unclear why the bus left the road, Dunwoody police said.

The incident happened on Perimeter Center East.

Minor injuries were reported.

Several passengers sustained minor injuries when a State Farm shuttle bus left the roadway Tuesday morning, a Dunwoody police spokesman said.

The bus was on Perimeter Center East near Bell Perimeter Center apartments when the incident happened, police spokesman Mark Stevens said.

The driver didn’t give a reason why the bus left the road.

The passengers were taken to local hospitals to be evaluated, police said. It’s not clear how many people were on the bus.

An investigation is underway, Stevens said. Further details were not available.

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