Skip to comments.Suspect in S. Ala. bus shooting said to have child in bunker
Posted on 01/29/2013 7:23:38 PM PST by jodster36
The Dale County Sheriff's Department has established a command post location at the intersection of 231 North and Private Road 1539 in Dale County, Alabama following a shooting Multiple agencies are present assisting with the incident where multiple reports are indicating that a bus driver was shot and a student on-board the bus was taken hostage. The incident started around 3:40pm Tuesday near Destiny Church The Sheriff's Department is confirming that one adult male was shot, though they could not say how serious the person's injuries were. There are no suspects in custody and officials would not confirm a child hostage situation Though there's no confirmed evidence of explosive devices, a bomb squad is on scene. Everyone living in the immediate area around the scene is being evacuated. Both north and southbound traffic on U.S. Hwy. 231 near the church have been rerouted to keep commuters away from the area. Alabama State Troopers are on scene and say their assisting with perimeter security. The Sheriff's Department is the lead investigative agency. Authorities with the Dale County School System and the Ozark City School System have cancelled classes for Wednesday, January 30. A man who spoke with several children who were on-board the school bus says the students told him they witnessed a man step on- board where he shot the driver and took a young boy hostage.
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To sum this up, crazy guy, mentally unstable, boards a school bus in his neighborhood and demands 2 kids ages 6-8, bus driver says no so crazy guy shoots him and takes a 6 year old hostage in his homemade bunker. Not much else out except boy still held hostage. I can’t find any details about boy or his parents.
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I see Obamie has been praying to Satan again to get more people killed by guns so he can get his 2nd Amendment gun grab mission acomplished
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