No students were injured in an early morning traffic collision between a school bus and car Monday morning.


Three special education students -- two 16 year olds and a 15 year old -- were on board the school bus, which was bound for Oak Hills High Schools when it collided with a Toyota Scion at the intersection of Main Street and Escondido Avenue at 6:25 a.m.


"We do have a witness statement saying that the Scion failed to stop at the red light," said California Highway Patrol spokesman William Osegueda.


At the time of the collision, the bus was heading north onto Main Street, and the Scion was heading east on Main.


Although there were no reported injuries to the students or the driver of the Scion, the bus driver did complain of time, according to Osegueda.


No charges have been filed, and the investigation is still ongoing.


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