Gun Shot Hits Chicago School Bus

None of the approximately 25 children on the bus were injured, police said

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    A school bus carrying about 25 children to a South Side school was struck by gunfire. NBC 5 Charlie Wojciechowski reports on how the community is reacting and the latest information on the investigation.

    No one was injured Friday morning after a school bus carrying about 25 children to a South Side school was struck by gunfire, Chicago Police said.

    The bus was picking up two children in the 10600 block of South Calhoun Avenue when a shot entered a side window, according to Police News Affairs. The bullet appeared to have gone through a seat before exiting a driver's side window.

    The shot went through the bus about two blocks from the children's school, Our Lady of Guadalupe School, 9050 S. Burley Ave., police said.

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    The driver returned to the school right after the incident at about 7:40 p.m., and police were called. Officers responded to a report of criminal damage to property.

    They continue to investigate the incident.

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