Three buses shot at in Gothenburg, Sweden

Three buses shot at in Gothenburg, Sweden
Two buses were exposed to shooting in Gothenburg on Monday, and after midnight it was reports of another bus shot at in the city, Swedish Television reports.

According to Göteborg-Posten, the latest attack was against a crowded shuttle bus from Landvetter Airport to Gothenburg, at midnight, and it was hit by two shots.

- A shot, loud as hell, and then we saw a half-centimeter hole, said a witness to the newspaper.

Acting officer in charge of the police in Region West, Eva Ekblad, says that before the technical investigation is complete, the police do not want to say anything about the third shooting.

The two buses that were hit earlier on Monday, were both driving on the E6 and passed Johan Gårdas street, where they were shot at with some sort of weapon.

On both vehicles there were found 5-6 millimeter holes in the windows. No passengers were injured…. This time.

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