York, PA – A woman driver was injured when her vehicle hit a school bus traveling along a Codorus Township road on Wednesday morning.

According to the police, Deanna Kay Herald, age 33, was driving north on Steltz Road, located just south of Lineboro Road, when she lost control of her vehicle which moved towards the center line and hit a school bus which was moving in the opposite direction. This was the release from the Pennsylvania State Police.

It was about 7:25 in the morning when the collision occurred on Steltz Road. No students in the school bus were injured.

The northbound vehicle was operated by 33 years old Deanna Kay Herald, with no given address.  The vehicle, out of control crossed to the opposite lane and hit the rear tire side of the driver of the No. 31, First Student School Bus No. 31, according to state police.

The school bus was bringing 32 middle- and high-school students to school and fortunately no one in the school bus, including the driver escaper injury.

Herald, the driver of the other vehicle, sustained minor injuries and was taken to the York Hospital, said the police.

Steltz Road was temporarily closed for 30 minutes while fire police of Glen Rock directed the traffic at the scene.

Southern York School District Wayne McCullough, who is the chief financial and operations officer said paramedics arrived and checked out students at the scene, while school nurses checked the students when they arrived in school. He said that some students were complaining minor aches but no injuries.

The 63 years old bus driver, identified as Bruce Coyle with the 32 students on board were not hurt, police said. Even the other driver, Herald was delivered to York Hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to police.

Car Accident victims may be entitled to financial compensation for pain and suffering in addition to economic damages.

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