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(WBIR-West Knox County) Update Wednesday 10:45 a.m.:

A Knoxville woman failed her field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving on a revoked license after crashing into a Knox school bus Wednesday morning, according to a post by the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

KCSO said Amanda Chadwell, 34, of was traveling southbound on South Gallaher View Road when she lost control over her vehicle, spun around and hit the front of a school bus.

The bus was heading northbound just north of Lesley Marie Lane when the crash happened.

Authorities said Chadwell's criminal history in Knox County includes possession of drug paraphernalia, several traffic offenses, and possession of a legend drug without a prescription.

KCSO said charges against Chadwell for DUI are still pending.

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No students were hurt after a school bus from Knox County Schools was involved in a crash with another vehicle on Wednesday morning, according to a district spokesperson.

Dispatchers said the crash happened on South Gallaher View Road in West Knox County and temporarily closed the road. The call came in around 8:15 a.m.

A district spokesperson told WBIR 10News that thirty students were on bus #166, which serves Bearden High School, at the time of the crash.

They said none of the students or the bus driver were hurt from the wreck. Parents were notified and another bus came to take the students to school.

The driver of the other vehicle was taken into custody after the crash and was given a field sobriety test.

Authorities said she suffered minor bumps and bruises.

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