A school bus crashed in Plaistow, New Hampshire, on Tuesday, police and school officials confirmed.
None of the six children on board were hurt in the incident on Greenough Road, Plaistow police said. It appeared that the driver had a medical emergency.
The crash took place when the bus drove into the woods about 3:43 p.m., according to the Plaistow Fire Department. All six of the children on board were able to leave the bus on their own.
One had a minor leg injury, but didn't need to be taken to the hospital, fire officials said.
The driver had to be taken out of the bus by first responders and was taken to a hospital for evaluation. Her condition appeared to be stable about two hours later, fire officials said, though they didn't say what they believe happened.
Another bus came to take the students to their stops, according to police.
Timberlane Regional Schools confirmed the crash, but was gathering more information.
Aerial footage showed a school bus in the woods, and another on a road with a handful of first responders on the scene.