WEATHERFORD -- Police have arrested a suspect in a hit-and-run accident with a school bus on Tuesday that sent one student to an area hospital. Charles Morgan, 31, was taken to the Parker County jail where he faces charges of failure to stop and render aid at an accident involving injury and driving with an invalid license, said Cpl. Wendy Field, Weatherford police spokeswoman. A student who was taken to Weatherford Regional Medical Center was treated and released after the collision, said Derik Moore, Weatherford school district spokesman. The student is expected to return to school on Thursday, Moore said. Morgan was apprehended between the 1300 and 1400 block of South Main Street after fleeing on foot, police said. The student was among seven Weatherford High School students on a school bus eastbound on Bethel Road that was rear-ended by a pickup truck near the South Main Street intersection about 9:30 a.m., said Grant Priess, Weatherford ISD Executive Director of Operations, Safety and Security. The bus was transporting WHS Career and Technology students from the high school to the Auto Tech facility at the Ninth Grade Center, Priess said. The forward thrust of the bus caused it to hit a Ford Taurus, Priess said. All four passengers in the Taurus appeared to be uninjured, Priess said.