- Associated Press - Thursday, November 21, 2019

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Authorities in Philadelphia say at least one man exchanged gunfire with police as he was getting off a bus and an officer suffered a graze wound.

The shooting happened Thursday morning right outside a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority bus in the city’s Wissinoming neighborhood.

SEPTA spokesman Andrew Busch said police pulled over the bus and when the alleged gunman got off, the shooting began.

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He said there were about 15 passengers on the bus but no injuries were reported.

Police spokeswoman Tanya Little said a police officer suffered a graze wound. He’s been treated and released from the hospital.

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