Germantown police: School bus identified after sideswiping another vehicle

Germantown police said on Saturday, April 2 that they have identified and located a distinctly painted school bus that officials said sideswiped a vehicle while changing lanes on southbound on I-41 near Friestadt Road on Friday morning.

Officials say the incident happened shortly before 8 a.m. Friday. The full-size school bus sideswiped a vehicle in the far left lane as the bus was merging lanes. The bus continued on its way on I-41 – never stopping.

The bus is described as red and white on the sides and blue on the back and front of the bus. It will likely have damage on the driver side with possible blue paint transfer. 

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School bus sought by Germantown police

Anyone with more information on this incident is urged to contact Officer Kevin Laux at 262-253-7780. Refer to Incident 22-5551.


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