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STUDENTS were left covered in shattered glass after a branch smashed through a bus window during stormy weather today.
At least two teenagers were hit by flying glass and another had a panic attack when the branch sloughed off a tree and hit an upstairs window of the double decker.
One parent said she was left picking shards out of her daughter's hair after the frightening incident, the Liverpool Echo reports.
The bus, run by company Happy Al's, was on its way to a sixth form college in Birkenhead, Merseyside when the branch fell.
The area has seen plenty of rain since the end of the September heatwave.
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Sue Wright, a passer-by who witnessed the incident and helped administer first aid, said: "The tree had smashed through the front of the upper deck, and windows were broken.
"A number of students were covered in glass, two with minor injuries.
"Many of the students were crying and shaken, and one was having a panic attack."
Worried mums and dads took to social media after the incident, which happened at around 8.30am today.
One said: "My daughter was on this bus by that window, I've just been picking glass out of her hair.
Another said: "My daughter is on that bus, can't comprehend what she was saying when she rang me."
Around 70 young people were on board at the time of the accident, it's reported.
No one was seriously hurt in the drama.
College principal Mike Kilbride said the bus was being driven safely before the incident.
"The bus was driving along safely when a branch from a tree came through one of the upstairs windows," he said.
"A couple of the students were hit by the flying glass but fortunately the injuries were minor, mainly cuts and bruises.
"They were treated at the scene but no-one was taken to hospital.
"Some on the upper deck were shaken up and they are taking the rest of the day off.
"A replacement bus was sorted out so students could continue to make their way to college.
"I've spoken to quite a few of them and they said it was an unfortunate accident but was unavoidable
"I'm very thankful no-one was seriously injured. We've reached out to a number of students as it was a really unpleasant thing to go through."
Cheshire Police has been contacted for comment.
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