I see. Thank you so much for clarifying that for me, Rose.
The short answer to your question is "yes" you can typically be cited with a moving violation even though you are stopped at the time of the accident. A moving violation is typically issued where a driver who is operating a vehicle violates some law or rule of the road. The key is that the driver must normally be "operating a vehicle". Even though you were stopped at the time, you were still operating a vehicle, so it would normally be appropriate to receive a moving violation even though you were stopped since the driver without the stop sign did have the right of way.
However, you may wish to plead not guilty to the citation
and appear at the court hearing to challenge the citation. Since it appears you took all reasonable precautions to avoid a collision under the circumstances, there would typically be grounds to argue that the "cause" of the accident was the trees and bushes, which the highway authority should remove or trim to avoid future accidents.
While such a citation can be issued under these circumstances, there would normally be a basis to challenge the citation in court.
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