Posted: 11:22 p.m. MST
A school bus carrying 35 students collided with another vehicle Friday evening, sending two people in a third car to the hospital.
California Highway Patrol responded to the collision at Barbara Worth Rd. at Heber Rd. at 5:08 p.m.
CHP tells News 11 that a school bus was heading eastbound on Heber Rd. at 55 mph, approaching the intersection of Barbara Worth Rd.
A Ford F-150 that was traveling northbound on Barbara Worth Rd. made a complete stop, but then continued and did not see the bus.
The bus broadsided the truck, sending the truck into the path of a third vehicle, a Chevrolet Malibu heading westbound on Heber Rd.
The Malibu was pushed into an empty concrete canal.
The students had minor to moderate injuries.
The driver and passenger of the Ford F-150 were flown to Desert Hospital in Palm Springs, California, due to possible internal injuries.
The collision is still under investigation.