Gunman in custody, state tooper seriously injured after Virginia bus station shooting
UPDATE: The shooter is reported in custody, not dead.
UPDATE: Trooper is said to have life-threatening injuries, but a report says he has not died.
This happened at the Richmond, VA Greyhound station.
Police sources confirm that a Virginia State Police Trooper is dead after a shooting at the Greyhound station on North Boulevard on Thursday. The shooter is also dead.
Other sources say that six people, including one other trooper, were shot around 2:45 p.m.
Sources say State Police were conducting a training session at the bus station when a suspect approached one of the troopers and pulled out a gun and shot him in the chest. The troopers then opened fire on the suspect.