CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A window shattered on a Cleveland Metropolitan School District bus Wednesday morning, frightening students on board.
District spokeswoman Roseann Canfora said it's believed a rock shattered the window and not a bullet as some students on board had feared.
It happened in the area of East 140th Street and Bartlett Avenue while the children were being transported to John F. Kennedy High School.
No one was injured.
It's at least the third vehicle to have a window shatter on the city's east side this month.
The window of a school van shattered while it was traveling on East 105th Street near Columbia Avenue earlier this month. The students on board were not injured.
And the back window of a postal truck shattered in the East 97th Street and Superior Avenue area the next day.
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