Four people were taken to area hospitals with minor injuries after a pair of Minneapolis school buses collided Thursday, police said.

One bus was carrying 13 students when it collided with the other, which didn’t have any passengers, at E. 36th Street and 1st Avenue S. in south Minneapolis, according to an incident report. Two students, both age 10, and both drivers were treated for minor injuries, police said, releasing few details about the 9:30 a.m. crash.

The impact caused one bus to jump the curb and slam into a house, the report said. Both buses were operated by the Minneapolis and Suburban Bus Co., which contracts with Minneapolis Public Schools and other districts.