A former bus driver has been charged for allegedly asking students on a bus to get out and move a downed power line.

FOX's Joe Chiaro reports:

An 11-year-old boy's hand was burned, but he was not seriously hurt by the live power line, which fell when it was hit by a goose.

Police say 60-year-old Patricia Ryan was working for a bus company in the Penn-Trafford school district when the incident happened in Harrison city earlier this month.

The company removed Ryan later that day. She's charged with endangering the welfare of a child and reckless endangerment. Ryan tells a Pittsburgh newspaper she never intended to hurt anyone.

Joe Chiaro, FOX News.