A dozen students are shaken but uninjured after a school bus collided with a car in Kinkora, Prince County on Thursday afternoon.
RCMP were called to the intersection of Anderson Road and Somerset Street just before 3 p.m., where a school bus with the English Language School Board and a 2010 Toyota Camry had collided.
The bus, being driven by a 57-year-old Middleton woman, was on Somerset Street and turned left onto Anderson Road, into the path of the oncoming Camry.
The driver of the Camry was a 16-year-old student driver taking part in the Driver Education Program. There were two other people in the car with him. No one was hurt. Everyone in the car had their seatbelts on.
RCMP said the 12 students on the school bus at the time were also unhurt, likely because the school bus was travelling at a low speed at the time of the collision.
The students were able to get on other school buses for their trip home.
The school bus had minor damage, while the Camry was extensively damaged on the passenger side, said RCMP.
The 57-year-old school bus driver was issued a ticket under the Highway Traffic Act for turning when unsafe to do so.