SANDUSKY COUNTY, Ohio (WTVG) - Troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol need your help finding the person who hit a school bus loaded with students and then sped off.
The incident happened Monday afternoon on State Route 101 and County Road 175 in Green Creek Township.
According to a release, a light green Ford sedan failed to yield at a stop sign and then hit a Clyde-Green Springs school bus with 24 kids on board and sped off. The bus had minor damage.
One student complained of a "possible injury" and was taken to a nearby hospital. The remaining students were dropped off at home by the same bus.
Troopers say damage on the car in question should be on the right front corner of the vehicle, the bumper and grill area, the right head light and possibly the right fender.
Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call the Fremont post of the state highway patrol at (419) 332-0085.