Watch Kids React to Their School Bus Being Fired On

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Crime Stoppers has released security video of the incident last month when a passer-by fired four shots at a school bus. Luckily no one was hit.

What do the kids do when they hear the shots? Most of them run to the windows where the shots were directed to see what's going on.

Kids, kids: Duck and cover. It worked in the atomic-bomb age, it works now.

The incident happened near Fondren and 59. "The suspected shooter is described as a possibly Hispanic male, approximately 5'2", weighing 125 pounds," Crime Stoppers says.

Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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