A Clackamas County sheriff's deputy says a collision with a commercial truck knocked a school bus onto its side near Molalla, injuring the two students on the bus.
Deputy Marcus Mendoza tells KATU-TV that the students were taken to a hospital as a precaution after complaining of pain. He says the injuries they received in the Tuesday afternoon crash were not serious.
Neither driver was hurt.
The deputy says a preliminary investigation shows the bus driver stopped for a stop sign, thought the road was clear and entered the intersection. The deputy says the truck had the right of way. Mendoza says the bus driver was cited for a traffic infraction.
The bus was from the Molalla River School District.