Two Lodi School District pupils were taken to Sauk Prairie Healthcare in Prairie du Sac to get checked out for minor injuries, after a car rear-ended a school bus carrying 23 Lodi students Thursday afternoon. The bus had stopped to let students out on Highway 60, just east of Gluth Road in the town of Lodi. At about 3:55 p.m., firefighters from the Lodi Area Fire Department were called to the scene, according the Assistant Chief John Lehr. The firefighters cleaned up debris and spilled fluids. They also directed traffic, which was limited to one lane, for a little less than an hour. The driver of the car was not injured. Although the car was jammed under the bus, and the car’s airbag deployed, the windshield did not appear to be broken. The Lodi Area Emergency Medical Service responded to the scene, as did the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office and a tow truck from Ness Auto Sales and Service of Lodi. Another school bus transported the bus passengers away from the scene, and the bus involved in the accident was driven away once the vehicle beneath it was extricated. Citations may be pending, according to the sheriff’s office.