A school bus full of youngsters was involved in an accident in the city of Watertown Wednesday.
No injuries were reported during the crash, which happened at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Coffeen Street.
City police said a pickup truck rear-ended the bus, which then struck a car.
The bus, operated by Birnie Bus Service, had around ten children on board. Officials said the youngsters were all preschool students at Jefferson Rehabilitation Center and Benchmark Family Services and were on their way home to Lewis County.
The driver of the pickup truck was ticketed for following too closely.