ST. LOUIS (KMOV) – Several students were injured after suspects threw rocks at a school bus in north St. Louis on Wednesday.
Police said two males were standing at the corner of Dryden and Anderson around 4 p.m. when they threw rocks at a school bus driving by, hitting one of the windows and shattering glass.
While no one was hit by the rocks, six students reported minor injuries from glass in their eyes.
According to Patrick Wallace with St. Louis Public Schools, all of the students attended either Ashland or Farragut elementary schools. They were all treated at the scene.
Additional information was not immediately available.