Saskatoon school bus a complete loss after starting on fire
4 children, driver weren't harmed
The Saskatoon Fire Department believes an electrical fire in the engine caused a school bus to go up in flames Tuesday afternoon.
The bus caught fire just after 4 p.m. CST on Macdermid Crescent in the city's south end.
The driver managed to get four children and himself out safely, and no one was injured.
Investigators say the bus was a complete loss. It's estimated there was $80,000 in damage.
Firefighters managed to quickly put the flames out. Another bus arrived shortly afterwards to take the children home.
The investigation is ongoing.