A bus driver was shot at in Bratislava

The police are looking for the offender.

(Source: SITA)

A bus driver working in Bratislava is said to have been shot at by an unknown culprit at the junction of Prievozská Street and Mlynské Nivy Street.

An incident between the bus driver and the car driver occurred before the shooting, according to the police.

"After the incident, the car driver was said to cause damage to the side window located on the bus driver's side with an unknown object," said Bratislava police spokesperson Lucia Mihalíková, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

As a result, the glass broke and the bus driver was injured, though not seriously. The bus driver was treated on the spot. No other person was injured, police have confirmed.

The police are currently seeking the offender.

"We will inform the public about the case as soon as the situation allows it," the police wrote on Facebook.

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Theme: Bratislava


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