CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- An accident involving a school bus with 27 students on board shut down a main roadway in west Charlotte Monday morning.

The incident occurred in west Charlotte shutting down Alleghany Street around 7:30 a.m.

One person is inside the ambulance.

Alleghany Street is CLOSED in front of the school. @wcnc @WCNCTraffic pic.twitter.com/6AGgHWPeg5

— Ariel Plasencia (@ariel_plasencia) December 18, 2017

According to Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, the school bus involved in the accident was #2042 and serves Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology.

"I've watched at least four kids get into an ambulance," NBC Charlotte Reporter Ariel Plasencia said on scene.

Five patients were treated for minor injuries and transported to CMC, Medic said following the accident. However, CMS said there were no reported injuries.

A gray sedan involved in the accident had a shattered window on the driver's side of the vehicle following the incident. The school bus' stop arm was slightly crooked.

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