At least six people were shot, including two Virginia State Police officers, after a suspect opened fire inside the Greyhound bus station in Richmond Virginia Thursday afternoon.

Richmond Police Chief Alfred Durham confirmed six people had been shot. He said two of the victims were in critical condition. The suspect, who has yet to be identified, was reportedly shot dead.


6 Shot Including 2 Cops At Richmond VA Greyhound Bus Station

Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne N. Geller earlier said two troopers were shot as well as a female civilian. State police were called to the shooting at the bus station in the 2910 N. Boulevard at 2:45 p.m. Multiple sources told WTVR CBS 6 reporter Jon Burkett that Virginia State Police were at the bus station for a training exercise when gunfire erupted. Those sources said the civilian suspect started shooting at troopers inside the bus station. Those troopers then returned fire. Sources told Burkett that the suspect has died. Those sources also said one of the troopers suffered life-threatening injuries. h/t wtvr

A man who stopped for a smoke break before going into the bus station, said he heard at least five to ten shots fired.

shooting Richmond VA Greyhound Bus Station

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