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4 children safely taken off Saskatoon school bus fire

Members of the Saskatoon Fire Department were called to a school bus fire in the Adelaide/Churchill neighbourhood on Tuesday afternoon.
The Saskatoon Fire Department was called to a school bus fire in the Adelaide/Churchill neighbourhood Tuesday. Devin Sauer / Global News

The Saskatoon Fire Department was were called to a school bus fire in the Adelaide/Churchill neighbourhood on Tuesday afternoon.

A report of the blaze on Macdermid Crescent came in at around 4:05 p.m. CT.

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Arriving firefighters found the bus engulfed in flames.

Fire department officials said all four children on the bus were safely evacuated by the driver to a nearby home.

The fire was quickly brought under control by crews and put out.

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The kids were taken home by another bus. No injuries were reported.

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Fire department officials said the cause of the fire, which reportedly started under the hood of the bus, is currently under investigation.