A car traveling on Ohio Street got stuck underneath the back of a school bus during the Monday morning commute in Bangor. 

The rear end of a school bus that was turning left from Ohio Street onto Griffin Road collided with a black sedan that was driving on Ohio Street at 8:30 a.m., according to the Bangor police. 

The bus, which was headed toward Broadway, had only one student on board, Sgt. Wade Betters of the Bangor police said. The driver and two children were in the sedan, which was headed out of Bangor.

No one was injured, Betters said.

During the crash, the car became stuck under the back right bumper of the bus, crushing part of the hood. The car had to be towed due to the damage, according to Betters. 

Police have not identified a cause for the crash, as they are still working to finish the crash report, Betters said. 

The bus company — Old Town-based Cyr Bus Line — did not return requests for comment. 

Sawyer Loftus is an investigative reporter at the Bangor Daily News. A graduate of the University of Vermont, Sawyer grew up in Vermont where he worked for Vermont Public Radio, The Burlington Free Press...