NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Charges are pending against a driver after a mini-van that crashed into a school bus in the Bronx Saturday around 7:30 a.m., sending over a dozen students to the hospital.

The crash involving multiple vehicles happened on Fulton Avenue and Claremont Parkway.

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Police said there were 17 students on the bus and one driver, and one driver in the other vehicle.

“The school bus, it like crashed into a car that was parked, and it hit it into a tree, and then that car hit another car… it was like four cars,” witness Rashaad Harune said.

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The FNDY says the students were transported to Lebanon Hospital with minor injuries, and are listed in stable condition.

Police say the driver of the mini-van was driving without a license, and the vehicle was not registered.

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