A 6-year-old girl was hurt Thursday after the car she was getting out of was hit by another car in Spring Hill.

The crash happened at 8:17 a.m. on State Road 50 just east of Amelia Drive.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Janassa Terry, 6, was getting out of a 1999 Toyota Corolla parked about 40 feet off the shoulder of State Road 50 so she could walk to the school bus.

At the same time, Ramona G. Lujan-Rodriguez, 32, was driving a 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis west on State Road 50. Investigators said Lujan-Rodriguez failed to see the stopped school bus, which had flashing red lights and stop signs deployed.

Lujan-Rodriguez took evasive action to avoid hitting the school bus and lost control of the Grand Marquis, investigators said. The car spun clockwise off the highway and onto the grass shoulder, where it crashed into the Corolla just as Janassa was getting out.

Janassa was taken to Tampa General Hospital with minor injuries.

No one else was injured.

Lujan-Rodriguez was cited for careless driving.