BB Shatters School Bus Window

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    The window of a school bus was shot out.

    The window of a school bus carrying students from Career High School was shattered after being hit with a BB on Monday afternoon.

    One window of the First Student bus was shot around 12:30 p.m. at Ellsworth and Edgewood avenues in New Haven, school officials said.

    The bus driver drove away from the scene, radioed for assistance to stopped at Maple and Norton streets, school officials said,

    No one was hurt and school officials said the shot appears to be from a BB gun.

    Jen Biddinger, spokesperson for the First Student bus company, said the glass remained in the frame after the window was shot.

    The New Haven Independent reports that school was releasing early for a teacher-in-service day.
     

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