A school bus was involved in a crash with a motorcycle in Seymour around 6:50 a.m. Thursday. Police said the motorcyclist sustained minor injuries and fire officials said a high school student suffered a minor injury, described as head pain and lightheadedness.
The student was treated at the scene and is with parents.
Nine students were on the bus involved in the crash, officials said. Another bus was brought in to get them to the high school.
Police said the school bus driver was going east on Scott Avenue and the motorcyclist was going south on South Main Street, the school bus stopped at a stop sign, then proceeded to South Main Street when the motorcyclist was coming to the intersection when the vehicles collided.
Get Connecticut local news, weather forecasts and entertainment stories to your inbox. Sign up for NBC Connecticut newsletters.
The school bus driver was cited for failure to grant the right of way. Police said she was not injured.
South Main Street was closed at Scott Avenue, according to police, but it has reopened.