A school bus crashed into a pool Friday morning in Orange County, Florida.
Orange County Fire Rescue said nine children on the bus and the bus driver were not hurt.
According to clickorlando.com, troopers said a Jeep swerved to avoid a dead cat in the street. However, the exact sequence of events is not yet clear.
According to WFTV.com, troopers said that after the crash, the bus was being redirected and somehow veered through a wooden fence and into a pool.
The Orlando Sentinel spoke to authorities who said the drivers of the bus and Jeep had different stories as to who pulled out in front of whom.
Three children were in the Jeep, fire rescue said. The driver received minor injuries. Two of the children were checked for injuries but they were not hospitalized, according to first responders.
HazMat was called because of a fuel leak into the pool, according to fire rescue.
#trafficalert#crash schoolbus vs Jeep-Willowwood St/Rushmore Ct. 9 children & bus driver NOT INJURED, Female Jeep driver was injured, though not seriously. Nose of the school bus ended up in a swimming pool. Fuel leak in pool, Squad en route for HazMat. #BREAKINGpic.twitter.com/0fdaufouil
#UPDATE from #OCFRD#PIO on scene: there were 3 children in the Jeep that collided with the school bus. The three children were taken from the scene by family prior to #OCFRD arrival, they just brought 2 of the kids back to get checked out, but none transported. pic.twitter.com/JCMB4XXLUS