Bullets hit SEPTA bus in West Philadelphia
WEST PHILADELPHIA - February 25, 2013 (WPVI) -- Gunfire rang out in West Philadelphia early Monday morning and two of the bullets hit a SEPTA bus with people onboard.
The Action Cam was there shortly after the shooting at Vine and North 56th Street.
According to officials, the Route G bus was riding through West Philadelphia around 12:30 a.m. when the two bullets hit two windows on the driver's side of the bus.
Officials say they don't believe the bus was the intended target and no one was hurt.
Police have collected evidence from the bus and are continuing to investigate.
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