Gunmen Target Greyhound Bus on I-95
No passengers injured in Sunday night highway shooting
OREGON - AUGUST 17: A Greyhound bus stands parked at a station in rural Oregon on one of the last days Greyhound bus company will continue the route through rural Oregon, August 17, 2004. Greyhound, the iconic bus company, will stop servicing over 260 small communities west of Chicago, as of August 17, 2004. For many of these communities, Greyhound is the last form of affordable public transportation for people wishing to get out of their communities to larger cities and towns. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images for Fortune Magazine)
Updated at 12:09 PM EDT on Monday, Aug 16, 2010
Gunmen opened fire on a Greyhound bus traveling on I-95 Sunday night, the second shooting on the highway in South Florida in the past two weeks.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the bus was traveling northbound near Hallandale Beach Blvd. when a dark Land Rover Discovery pulled up along side it and someone inside opened fire.
Several windows were damaged in the gunfire, including one that was shot out. None of the 25 passengers on board was injured.
The passengers were picked up by another bus and continued on their journey, according to the FHP.
The shooting comes less than who weeks after a tourist from Colombia was shot in the face while driving southbound near Northwest 95th St. in Miami. The man was hospitalized and later released, and his pregnant wife, who was also in the car, was uninjured.
Authorities are still investigating both shootings.
Published at 10:33 AM EDT on Aug 16, 2010