ATLANTA - A wreck involving a school bus impacted the commute into the city Tuesday morning.
According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, a school bus was involved in a crash on the connector northbound at 10th street. No passengers were on the bus.
The Georgia State Patrol said that a Nissan Versa changed lanes and struck a Honda Accord. That Accord then struck a Ford F350, which then struck the bus, pushing it into a concrete wall.
GDOT is reporting four minor injuries from the crash, all from other vehicles involved in the crash. Only one person -- the driver of the Accord -- was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital.
The driver of the Versa, 53-year-old Thomas John Johnson, was charged with improper lane change.
Photos | School bus crash on I-85
At the time, the crash blocked three lanes but crews on the scene cleared it.
ACC : I-75/85 Downtown Connector NB: Past 10th St/14th St (#250) - Bus Accident - 3 lanes blocked - 3 left lanehttps://t.co/NKRFePtg3l— TrafficTrackers (@11AliveTraffic) October 25, 2016