None of the 12 people injured when a school bus carrying severely disabled students crashed will spend the night in a hospital.
IU Health spokeswoman Sally Winter says two adults and three children treated after Thursday's accident will be released, and Indianapolis St. Vincent Hospital spokesman Johnny Smith says four adults and two children treated there already have been discharged.
Indiana State Police spokesman Sgt. Rich Myers says one other adult was injured. That patient's status was not immediately clear, but Myers says nobody was seriously injured.
Myers says a truck changing lanes moved in front of the bus on Interstate 65 just north of Indianapolis Thursday afternoon. The bus driver tells police she swerved into the soft median to avoid the truck and the bus rolled over.