A Ware County school bus driver ran a stop sign causing a collision that injured the driver of a car here Thursday, police said.
Sarah Goembel, 45, of Waycross, was cited for failure to yield at a stop sign after she drove into the path of a 1993 Infiniti driven by Jennifer Munford, 34, of Waycross, causing a collision, said Waycross Police Capt. Benji Hersey.
Munford complained of injury and was transported to Memorial Satilla Health by Ware County ambulance, Hersey said, adding that the bus was occupied by two children and Goembel. Neither child was injured, he said, nor was the driver.
The bus was northbound on Clinton Street while Munford was headed west on Elizabeth Street, he said, and Goembel stopped her 2001 International school bus at the stop sign on Clinton at Elizabeth Thursday at 7:20 a.m.
Hersey said the bus was in a blind spot that prevented Goembel from seeing the oncoming car and that she pulled into its path and the vehicles collided.
The right front of the bus hit the left front bumper of the Munford vehicle.
Officer Sabrina Blaze investigated the accident.