LINCOLN, Del. (WPVI) -- Two people suffered minor injuries after three school buses and a dump truck collided in Lincoln, Delaware.
The crash happened around 7:35 a.m. Thursday along DuPont Boulevard (US-113) northbound near Johnson and Fitzgerald roads.
23-year-old Dillon Taylor was behind the wheel of a dump truck when police say he went through a red light and struck one school bus.
The dump truck then struck another school bus and the impact of that crash sent the second bus into a third school bus.
Taylor and the driver of one of the first school bus suffered non-life threatening injuries. They were both treated and released from an area hospital.
Only one of the buses had children on-board but no one else was injured.
Police say Taylor was cited for failure to stop.
The crash also caused a diesel fuel spill from the dump truck. It took crews about five hours to clear the scene.
2 injured when dump truck, 3 school buses collide in Delaware
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