NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- Authorities have identified the woman who died Thursday after police say she hit a school bus while exiting I-564 on East Little Creek.
Medics pronounced 18-year-old Tyra Voss dead at the scene.
No children were on the bus and the driver wasn't hurt. Voss also hit another car.
The other driver was okay, but her passenger was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Louis Davis and his wife were driving by when they saw the crash. He ran out of his car to help the woman who hit the bus.
"I'd never seen nothing like this. Not even in a movie," Davis tells 13News Now.
His heart was still racing, even hours after he stopped at the scene.
"This was the worst I have ever seen," he describes.
The crash happened around 2 p.m., said Norfolk police. Fire crews and police swarmed Wards Corner.
"It almost tilt over! It went up under," Davis describes, as the car hit the school bus from Maury High School.
Davis and wife, Pam Davis say they still can't unsee what they saw because they were there minutes before help arrived.
"I told my husband that something was under that bus," said Pam.
"I got out of my car and ran over to the bus because she said there was something under the bus. I look and I see a person sitting in the driver's side and when I looked in there, the airbags had went off the dashboard was jammed under her throat," Davis tells 13News Now. He says the woman who died was wearing a military uniform.
"Of course he's shaken. He felt like he could've saved her and that's all he keeps saying 'I could've saved her'" said Pam.
Police say the drivers of the second car hit, a Nissan, and the bus weren't injured, and passenger in the Nissan was taken to the hospital. She's expected to recover.
Pam said the Nissan was severely damaged as well.
"Everybody thinks it's a convertible. No it was not a convertible. They cut the lady out of there," she described.
Renatta Bradley says she was hurt by flying glass as she drove by but her injuries were minor. She expects the scratches and cuts to heal soon.
"All the glass scattered and went all up in my car and all over me," she said.
However, the Davis' are unsure when they'll move past this scene.
"I couldn't believe that I was a part of this," said Davis.