By CBS3 Staff

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — A SEPTA bus stopped just shy of falling over a wall and landing in a creek after going off the road while exiting a highway in Montgomery County. Officials say the bus was using the Interstate 76 off-ramp at Gulph Mills on Sunday when it went off the road and into an embankment.

Photos taken by resident Binnie Bianco show the bus stopped just shy of falling over a wall into Gulph Creek.

SEPTA says an unknown number of passengers were on board but no one was injured.

Officials are investigating what caused the bus to go off the road.