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Students from the stuck bus were put on another bus. (Source: See It, Snap It, Send It) Students from the stuck bus were put on another bus. (Source: See It, Snap It, Send It)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A Tucson Unified School District bus got stuck in some dirt, causing a traffic hazard today on Tucson's southwest side.

According to a father of one of the students on the bus, the incident happened at the intersection of West Valencia Road and Camino de la Tierra.

Pima County Sheriff's Department spokesman Dep. Tracy Suitt said the students were put on another bus and a tow truck was sent out for the stuck bus.

A TUSD spokeswoman said the school district called parents to inform them of the incident and that there were no injuries.

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