Police investigate shooting involving Louisville school bus

Louisville Metro Police are investigating after a report of a shooting involving a school bus.

Authorities say no one was injured, but the bus has an indentation in the back that appears to be from a bullet.

A spokeswoman for Jefferson County Public Schools told media there were four students aboard the bus Friday morning when the driver heard gunshots being fired. Spokeswoman Mandy Simpson said the bus was “apparently shot at from another vehicle.”

The driver radioed the bus garage and was told to get to a safe place and wait for police. Simpson said the driver picked up three more students in the vicinity, then drove to a safe location.

Officers cleared the scene and the bus continued its route before taking students to Buechel Metropolitan High School.

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