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Man with pellet gun shoots bus driver, passengers in South L.A.

A man armed with a pellet gun wounded a bus driver and several passengers Wednesday night in South Los Angeles, police said.

The shooting occurred on a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus near Broadway and Vernon Avenue, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

The extent of the victims' injuries was unclear. Investigators were responding, and no additional details were immediately available.

-- Andrew Blankstein

 
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To bad nobody had a real gun

Was this because the bus wasn't on time?


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