No one was injured Friday morning during an accident involving a school bus and two other vehicles in front of .
Police, fire and medical personnel responded to the scene of the accident on Town Line Road on the east side of the school in the Town of Lisbon at about 7 a.m.
According to Bryan Ruud, the district's assistant superintendent, one of the drivers was a student, who was attempting to turn left into the school parking lot.
As she made the turn, a collision occurred with another vehicle, causing both vehicles to be pushed into a school bus, he said.
"There was very little damage to the school bus," Ruud said. "The bus was involved only to a point where it was waiting to make a turn a car got pushed back into it."
Students were on the bus at the time of the accident. Both vehicles were towed away from the scene.
Ruud noted that this is a high traffic area at one of the busiest times during the day.
"There is a lot going on out there," he said.
An official with the Waukesha County Sheriff's Department said the accident was still under investigation and citations have not been issued.