By CBS13 Staff

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Authorities say a school bus that rolled over on Interstate 5 near Stockton on Tuesday morning had no children inside it at the time.

The crash happened just after 9 a.m. along the northbound side of I-5 near Eight Mile Road.

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Exactly what led up to the bus crashing is unclear, but the vehicle ended up flipping over the guardrail and into the center divide. It eventually came to a rest on its side.

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Officers say no children were on board the bus – which is from the Lincoln Unified School District – at the time of the crash, but the driver did suffer minor injuries.

The bus has since been uprighted and moved, allowing I-5 to be reopened.

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Caltrans crews will remain at the scene through the morning to fix the guardrail that was damaged.