3 teens throw rock at bus filled with Jewish primary school students in NY

Brooklyn, notably in Crown Heights, has seen a rash of attacks against identifiable Jews in recent months.

A school bus used for transporting New York City public school students is seen driving down 135th avenue in the Queens borough of New York  (photo credit: REUTERS/SHANNON STAPLETON)
A school bus used for transporting New York City public school students is seen driving down 135th avenue in the Queens borough of New York
(photo credit: REUTERS/SHANNON STAPLETON)
Three teenagers threw a rock at a school bus transporting children from a Jewish elementary school in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights.
The rock cracked a window on the side of the bus. The students attend Bais Rivka, a Chabad school.
A second bus driver witnessed the attack on Tuesday and described the teenagers to police, COL Live reported. The driver of the bus that came under attack filed a police report.
Police are seeking the teens on criminal mischief charges, WABC-TV reported.
Brooklyn, notably in Crown Heights, has seen a rash of attacks against identifiable Jews in recent months.