ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) _ Officials say some Anderson school buses have been repaired and re-inspected after the state police ordered them to be taken out of service.
The Herald Bulletin reports the Anderson Community School Corporation won't start using the buses again until all 29 of them are road-ready. The director of student services says the corporation decided not to use the buses until they're cleared by inspectors from the Indiana State Police.
Inspectors ordered the Webber Transportation buses to be removed from service Wednesday morning.
A spokeswoman for the transportation company says half of the buses have already been fixed. She says the hope is to have the other buses ready by Friday.
The spokeswoman says Webber Transportation is working closely with the state police to address the safety concerns.
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