Stamford city and school buses get stuck during snowstorm

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A Connecticut transit bus got caught on a rail near I-95 in Stamford during the snowstorm, officials say. A Connecticut transit bus got caught on a rail near I-95 in Stamford during the snowstorm, officials say.
STAMFORD -

A Connecticut transit bus got caught on a rail near I-95 in Stamford during the snowstorm, officials say.

The incident happened Thursday night near Atlantic Street and North Frontage Road during the storm.

The driver says the back of the bus swerved and got stuck. No passengers were on the bus at the time.

In a separate incident, two school buses were stalled on Halliwell Drive Thursday evening.

News 12  is told at least one of the stalled buses had a few first- and second-grade students on it headed home from Stillwater Elementary.

Lots of traffic congestion was reported near Canal Street and Tresser Boulevard in Stamford during the storm.

Some who live in Stamford say it took them two hours just to get across town to get home.

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