PHOENIX - A teenage girl was injured when she struck by a school bus while riding a bicycle Tuesday morning.
Phoenix police Sgt. Trent Crump said the 17-year-old was riding her bike in the crosswalk against the light and traffic flow when she was struck at 40th Street and Grovers in north Phoenix.
She was hit by a school bus making a left turn on a green light.
Crump said the girl's injuries are not life threatening.
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