School bus erupts in flames during morning commute in Savannah

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SAVANNAH, Ga. (WNCN) — A school bus burst into flames on Tuesday morning along a road in Savannah, officials say.

The fire erupted around 7 a.m. in a Savannah-Chatham County bus, according to WTOC.

Thick black smoke along with massive flames could be seen coming from the bus near the Nottingham Woods subdivision near the intersection of Beaumont and Robin Hood drives, WSAV-TV reported.

Everyone managed to get off the bus with no problems, WSAV-TV reported.

Chatham Emergency Services reported that fire units were on the scene within three minutes of being called.

A photo of the incident after the fire showed a charred front section of the bus.

No students were on the bus at the time of the fire, according to WTOC. No one was injured.

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