SEATTLE (AP) - Authorities say a Metro bus driver who was shot in downtown Seattle is in satisfactory condition at a hospital. Spokeswoman Leila Gray also says a suspect wounded by police is in critical condition after the Monday morning shooting. Police say the driver was shot just before 9 a.m. The suspect fled and was shot by a police officer about three blocks away after he boarded another bus. Two officers and several passengers on the second bus suffered minor injuries, possibly from flying glass.
SEATTLE (AP) - A Metro bus driver has been shot in downtown Seattle, and police have shot and arrested a suspect. Police say the 67-year-old driver was shot multiple times but his injuries appear to be non-life-threatening. Police says the suspect's wounds are life-threatening. He's been taken to Harborview Medical Center. A 32-year-old police officer sustained minor injuries, possibly from broken glass. He was treated at the scene. Metro spokesman Jeff Switzer says he's still gathering information about the shooting, which happened about 9 a.m. Monday.