KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A school bus struck a Kansas City, Missouri police motorcycle Monday morning on Interstate 29 near Tiffany Springs Parkway in the city's Northland.

The officer was standing on the passenger side of a car while conducting a traffic stop on I-29. That's when his motorcycle, which was parked behind the car, was hit by the bus. The bus then slammed into the rear-end of the car.  

The officer was able to jump out of the way to avoid being hit.

The motorcycle was thrown into a Chevy, causing the bike's fuel tank to catch fire.  The Chevy driver suffered burns to her left arm as a result. 

The incident is currently under investigation. 

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