Alabama Law Enforcement Agency's Highway Patrol Division is on the lookout for what is believed to be a silver or pewter late model extended cab Ford 150 after the vehicle was involved in a crash with a Pickens County School Bus on Thursday afternoon.

The accident occurred at approximately 3:43 p.m. on Pickens County 30 at the intersection of Kelley Road according to Corporal Reginal King. The vehicle left the scene of the accident and is believed to have suffered significant damage to the driver's side mirror and the passenger side front wheel undercarriage. Three children on the bus were taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Should anyone have any information on the driver, the vehicle or the incident they are encouraged to contact ALEA Troopers at 205-553-5531.

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