LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Some students from Sylvan Hills High School are back home safe from Washington D.C. after their bus was vandalized.
The students had attended inauguration ceremonies for President Donald Trump.
Their bus was damaged on Saturday hours after the Women's March on Washington.
The windshield was cracked when something was thrown at the bus as it drove near an area where protesters had blocked a street.
Police in Washington, D.C. say there's no report of the incident and they made no protest-related arrests either before or after Saturday's march.
The local group involved says they aren't sure exactly who the group was that damaged their bus.
Watch the attached video to hear from the group about the ordeal.
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