RICHMOND, Va. (March 31, 2016) – Six people were shot at a Virginia Greyhound bus station, including two state troopers, Richmond Police Chief Alfred Durham told WTVR.
Sources told WTVR CBS 6 reporter Jon Burkett that the suspect has died. Those sources also said one of the troopers suffered life-threatening injuries.
Two of the injured people are in critical condition, police said.
Multiple sources told the station Burkett 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.
A man who stopped for a smoke break before going into the bus station, said he heard at least five to ten shots fired.
This is a developing story; refresh for updates.
RT @CandaceCBS6: Breaking news out of Richmond. State police sources say three people were shot including a trooper.
— WTVR CBS 6 Richmond (@CBS6) March 31, 2016
Officer just asked us to move back. Said he didn't know what kind of weapons "they" had inside @CBS6 #rva #greyhound
— Melissa J. Hipolit (@MelissaCBS6) March 31, 2016
@jonburkettcbs6 hears from sources at least three people wounded at Greyhound Station. Active shooting scene. @CBS6
— Bill Fitzgerald (@BillFitzCBS6) March 31, 2016