A gunman shot at a passenger on a bus in South Los Angeles on Tuesday, Metro officials said. No one was hurt.
The shooting was reported about 3:40 p.m. at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Vermont Avenue, Metro spokesman Paul Gonzales said.
A passenger on the 40 line was the target of someone who opened fire on the bus as it was driving by, Gonzales said. The bus came to a halt a few blocks east at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Figueroa Street.
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Witnesses on the bus reported seeing a male shooting at bus from the street, Gonzales said.
A window on the bus was struck but the glass didn't shatter.
Passengers were removed from the bus and boarded another.
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