SEPTA bus carrying 10 passengers hit with bullets in North Philly, no injuries reported
The bus was stopped at a traffic light around 1 a.m. at Sixth Street and Allegheny Avenue when it was hit, police said.
A SEPTA bus carrying 10 passengers was hit by at least three bullets early Tuesday morning in North Philadelphia, but no injuries were reported.
The bus was stopped at a traffic light about 1 a.m. at Sixth Street and Allegheny Avenue when it was hit, some bullets going through windows of the double-long bus, Fox29 WTXF-TV reported Tuesday morning. The 35-year-old driver steered the bus away from the gunfire to Broad Street and Allegheny Avenue, where she allowed the passengers to disembark, Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small told the station.
The Route 60 bus had been westbound on Allegheny when the incident happened, and the driver found three bullet holes in the windows after proceeding to a depot at 27th and Allegheny, police said Tuesday.