LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Crews are responding to the scene of a crash that put a school bus on its side on Interstate 30 in Little Rock near the 65th Street exit Friday afternoon.

A spokesperson with the Little Rock Fire Department said that the bus was one of two buses driving together westbound when it went out of control and crossed over the median shortly before 2:30 p.m. At that point, it was hit by a white transit van, crossing back over the median and landing on its side in the westbound lane.

Video from the scene shows the school bus on its side with significant damage to the front end of the vehicle. Multiple medical crews could be seen responding to the scene.

Officials with the Arkansas Department of Transportation noted that there were no children on the bus at the time of the crash. They also said that all westbound lanes of I-30 and two of the three eastbound lanes were shut down as crews worked to clear the scene.

The LRFD is reporting two people were taken by ambulance for treatment but did not state if there were any other injured people at the crash scene. Department officials also did not clarify what school district the buses were affiliated with, if any.

A look at ARDOT traffic cameras showed that the crash had traffic backed up both directions for more than a mile, with the eastbound traffic backed up to nearly Geyer Springs Road and westbound traffic backed up to nearly I-630.