Ark. students, teacher claim D.C. demonstrators vandalize bus

WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTHV) - Hours after the Women's March on Washington, demonstrators purportedly vandalized a bus carrying students from Sylvan Hills High School.

According to those on the bus, demonstrators cracked the windshield on the driver's side. It's unclear at this time how the windshield was broken.

One student on the bus we spoke to said they are not able to comment on the incident at this time.

In videos shared to us through Twitter, the driver of the bus drives towards a packed road of demonstrators. As the driver continues forward, demonstrators bang on the windows yelling. The bus driver continues to try and drive through the demonstrators as they bang on the bus.

 

 

 

 

 

A video posted on Twitter shows the altercation from the point of view of the crowd. The bus moves forward as demonstrators move out of the way. During the incident, the crowd bangs on the window pleading that bus stop moving.

 

 

We've reached out to the Pulaski County Special School District for comment. We will update the story with more information.

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