HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) —  Police in Hamilton Township say a 41-year-old man struck a school bus on the Black Horse Pike and Wrangleboro Road Monday afternoon after he started sneezing- and couldn’t stop.

The man, identified as John Delbene of Williamstown, told authorities he began to sneeze repeatedly and lost control of his 2002 Ford Taurus, swerving into another lane and hitting the school bus.

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Students from the Atlantic County Institute of Technology were on board at the time.

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Police say no injuries were reported in either vehicle.

Delbene received a summons for careless driving.

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