CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Police say a shootout between two men at a North Carolina gas station ended up with a bullet shattering the window of a nearby school bus.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police spokeswoman Jessica Lawrence Wallin says none of the 19 children on the bus Thursday morning was hurt, while the driver did suffer minor injuries from broken glass.

Police released surveillance video from the gas station that shows the two men arguing before one fires at the other. When the first shooter gets into his car and drives away, the second man then fires back.

In the video, neither man appeared to be injured. No arrests have been made.

Wallin said in a statement that a second vehicle was also struck by at least one bullet, but the driver was not injured.

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