BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - It was just after seven o'clock Saturday evening when a man raised his arm and fired a shot at the NFTA bus in front of him.
You can see in the video, people around immediately scatter, including the gunman himself. The shooting took place at the corner of Bailey and Kensington and it was captured by a Buffalo Police surveillance camera across the street. A News 4 viewer shared that video with us.
NFTA Police say the shooter had actually been on the bus arguing with someone in the center aisle when he stepped off, walked a short distance away, turned and fired the shot. Fortunately, the bullet hit a window frame and didn't shatter any windows on the bus.
The window frame and the bullet have been taken into evidence and are being examined by NFTA Police detectives. They believe the person who was being shot at also walked away from the scene. The NFTA has cameras inside the buses and that surveillance system is also being examined.
If you know who fired that shot at the bus Saturday night, call NFTA Police at 855-6405.
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