King county bus driver shot

Fast King county bus driver shot

2019-11-19 01:36

The driver stopped the bus and the suspect got off the bus and fled on foot. The suspect, a 21 year old Kent man, was appended nearby a short time later by Renton Police. Renton Police K9 searched the area and found a firearm.Additionally, King County Executive Dow Constantine said Monday he wishes not to name the bus driver, a 14year veteran of King County Metro, until his relatives are notified of the incident. king county bus driver shot

Traffic is backed up on Second Avenue after a man shot a King County Metro bus driver. Seattle police shot the suspect as as he fled into a second bus during the morning rush hour.

The suspected gunman in Mondays shooting of a Metro Transit driver has died at Harborview Medical Center. Police sources said 31yearold Martin Duckworth shot the 64yearold bus driver on king county bus driver shot

Seattle Police officers stand next to a King Co. Metro bus with multiple bullet holes in its windshield, after a Metro bus driver was shot on Monday. Authorities are investigating a shooting on a King County Metro bus that critically injured a 27yearold man in Renton. One person was arrested as the suspected shooter, investigators said. The last time a Metro bus driver was shot on duty was Nov. 27, 1998, when passenger Silas Cool killed Metro bus driver Mark McLaughlin, 44, then fatally shot himself, causing the bus to go over the side of the Aurora Bridge. One passenger died and 32 others were injured. king county bus driver shot A bus driver was shot Monday morning in Seattle by a suspect who was later shot by police responding to the incident, the Seattle Police Department tweeted. The suspect is The wounded driver, identified as 64yearold DeLoy Dupuis, was remarkably upbeat and in good spirits after being shot, King County Executive Dow Constantine said outside Harborview on Metro Transit is your go to agency for public transportation throughout King County. We are popular locally and admired nationwide for our innovative transit services, pioneering green practices, and visionary approach to meeting the transportation needs of the countys growing population. King County offers additional benefits and resources to its employeesfor a full list, visit the employees page. No commercial driving experience requiredwe offer PAID training (17. 40hr. , 33 consecutive days) to take your Commercial Drivers License exam!