It happened shortly after eight Thursday morning along Route 271 at the intersection of Adams Avenue. The bus was on its way to Jackson Elementary School just a few miles away.
"I heard this loud bang and I ran outside," said store employee Lisa Laso. "I saw it was a school bus, the black truck looked pretty messed up but I was worried about the kids."
Ten students were taken to Memorial Medical to be examined; school officials sent home a letter to parents.
"We're very thankful no one seriously hurt," said Central Cambria School District Superintendent Dr. Vincent DiLeo. "A school nurse, guidance counselor
Glenn Coposky was the driver of the pickup truck; police said he will be charged with a number of traffic citations. The 45- year old was allegedly stopped at the stop sign and then pulled out in front of the bus; the bus was only traveling about 23 miles per hour.
(Photo curtsey of The Tribune Democrat.)