CLEVELAND, Tenn. (AP) -- Bradley County Sheriff's Office investigators say it appears a sport utility vehicle crossing the center line was the cause of a crash involving a school bus.
The bus driver and a 14-year-old passenger were treated for minor injuries and released from SkyRidge Medical Center after the crash Wednesday morning. The bus driver was 44-year-old Yaroslava Struk of Cleveland. The wreck occurred on North Lee Highway.
Sheriff's spokesman Bob Gault said the SUV was driven by 34-year-old Jeremy H. Anderson of Charleston, who remained in Erlanger Hospital on Thursday.
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