BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A southwestern Idaho woman was hurt but her baby escaped injury when she pushed a stroller out of the way just before a car hit her.

The Idaho Statesman reports the woman was returning from walking her children to school in Middleton just before 8 a.m. Monday when she stepped into the street to get around an all-terrain vehicle that was partially blocking the sidewalk. Canyon County spokesman Joe Deck says the woman walked around a recreational vehicle at about the time a car driven by a 16-year-old girl came down the street.

The woman saw the oncoming car and pushed the stroller away before the car hit her. Decker says the woman suffered a lower body injury that was not life-threatening. No one has been cited for the collision.