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Columbia police looking for SUV that crashed into school bus

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COLUMBIA — Connecticut State Police are looking for a green SUV that collided with a school bus.

Police say 15 children were on the bus when it was struck the buses rear bumper on Route 6 near Edgarton Road in Columbia at about 8 a.m. Thursday.

No children were hurt.

Police say the driver of the early 1990s green Ford Explorer fled the scene.

They say the SUV has damage to its right side, including a broken right front window and a damaged side view mirror.

Anyone with information about the vehicle is being asked to call state police Troop K in Colchester: (860)-465-5400

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