PORTLAND, Ore. -- A First Student school bus with 32 children on board crashed into two parked cars in Northeast Portland Friday morning, badly damaging all three vehicles.

Photos: School bus crash in Northeast Portland

It happened about 8:30 a.m. near Northeast 57th Avenue and Thompson Street. The students on the bus were first and third graders from Rose City Park School.

Witnesses said the driver swerved to avoid a cat in the road and hit two parked cars before crashing into a tree.

Two students suffered minor injuries. One was taken to a nearby hospital.

A neighbor whose car was demolished helped students off the bus after the crash.

KGW is working to confirm details including information about injuries. The story will be updated as more information becomes available.