BURLEY — A school bus with a driver and aid on board rolled at 400 S. Idaho 27 on Friday, according to the Cassia County School District.
No students were on the bus.
Debbie Critchfield, spokeswoman for the district, said the bus does not belong to the Cassia County School District but was a bus transporting migrant students.
The bus was headed south to Oakley, she said, and the car was traveling east and ran the stop sign.
Critchfield said the driver and aid on the bus are safe, but occupants in the car were taken by air ambulance.
The 2011 bus was registered to Community Council of Idaho.
The driver of the 1999 Nissan 4-door car was extricated and flown to Portneuf Medical Center in Pocatello
Horak said two people were taken by ambulance to Cassia Regional Hospital.
The investigation is ongoing and names have not been released.
The Cassia County Sheriff’s Office, Burley Fire Department, West Cassia Quick Response Unit and Mini-Cassia Search and Rescue Extrication along with ambulances responded to the scene, Horak said.