Friday, February 08, 2013

Man Fires Shot At Passing Train
Bristol, Virginia police are looking into an incident where someone fired a shot at a passing Norfolk Southern train. The train had just left the Bristol rail yard Thursday afternoon and was headed toward Roanoke. The locomotive crew noticed a man on the side of the track point a rifle and fire a shot. The bullet blew out a window of the locomotive. The train continued on, and crews called Norfolk Southern police. Bristol officers went to the location just off of Lee Highway and collected evidence. If you have any information contact Bristol police. (jb)

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