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BB gun suspected in shattered bus window

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By Kayla Vaughn

A school bus carrying 20 Andrew Jackson middle and high school students had to make an emergency stop Wednesday afternoon when a window was shattered by a projectile on East Third Street in Kershaw.
Bryan Vaughn, the school district’s safety and transportation director, said no students were injured, and based on evidence at the scene, authorities believe it was a BB or pellet gun that shot the window.
The bus had stopped on East Third for just a few moments when the driver heard a loud noise and saw that the window had been shattered, Vaughn said.


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