Pellets fired at school bus in Braddock
Published: Thursday, February 21, 2013, 5:03 p.m.
Updated: Monday, April 22, 2013
A bus driver sustained minor injuries on Thursday afternoon when a young man — possibly in his teens — fired a pellet gun at a Woodland Hills School District bus in Braddock, borough Mayor John Fetterman said.
The bus was stopped to discharge students near the intersection of July Way and Fourth Street when “a small amount” of pellets were shot at the bus around 4 p.m., Fetterman said. “The driver sustained a mild injury, cut with some breaking glass,” he said.
Police were in the process of obtaining a warrant and searching for the shooter, who is not thought to be a borough resident, Fetterman said.
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