Bullet hits school bus during shootout in Charlotte

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A school bus hit by bullets during a shootout in Charlotte (WSOC)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Police are investigating after a school bus was hit during a shootout in Charlotte Thursday morning, according to WSOC.

The incident started around 8 a.m. when two people at a local Citgo got into an argument before getting in their cars and shooting at each other.

One of the rounds struck a window on a passing school bus.

Police said the school bus, which was heading to Charlotte Lab School — a charter school — was not the target of the shooting.

No students were injured but the bus driver was hit by broken glass.