This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.WILLOWICK, Ohio — Police said an 18-year-old woman “panicked” after striking two children with her car who were getting off a school bus in Willowick on Monday afternoon. It happened at E 300th St. and Barjode at around 3 p.m. Police said the boys were hit when the driver went around the bus, and then took off. Both children were treated at a hospital and then released. At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, police said the woman turned herself in. She faces the following charges: failure to stop after an accident; left of center; passing a stopped school bus; and, reckless operation. Police said the 18-year-old Euclid resident is a student at a school in Willowick. She was leaving the area to head to downtown Cleveland where she works as a car valet. She is no longer in police custody and is set to appear in court May 30. One of the children who was struck by the car, seven-year-old Mason Messner, and his mother, Dawn Shandle, talked to FOX 8 News on Tuesday. “He was on a back brace and in a neck brace and my heart just fell to my stomach,” she told us. Shandle said her son is in a lot of pain but, thankfully, okay. Continuing coverage here.