The driver of a school bus in Ohio apparently didn’t see a vehicle coming in from the rear, so he was driving away from it, according to a local news outlet.

The bus was being driven by a woman who is now in trouble with the law after she was caught on video jumping out of a moving bus to get into her car, police say.

The incident took place on June 2, in the town of Greenfield, Ohio.

Police said the woman was speeding away from the bus on I-71 when she “attempted to drive away” from the driver of the school bus.

She then jumped out of the bus, police said, and drove off.

The woman, who had been driving the bus at the time, was then arrested and charged with DUI, reckless driving, and failure to yield.

The school bus, however, was not the one that she jumped out, police were told.

The driver was not injured.

The police report said the driver’s daughter called the police after the incident.

The mother, a school teacher, is now being held on $2,500 bond.