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Md. bus driver shooting may be linked to sniper

Posted on October 22, 2002

The shooting this morning of a bus driver in Aspen Hill, Md., may be linked to the recent spate of sniper shootings in the area. The 35-year-old driver was shot in the chest and critically wounded as he stood at the top steps of the bus. The shooting happened shortly before 6 a.m. when the bus was parked at a staging area getting ready for morning runs. As of now, there is no confirmed link to the sniper shootings, but it is being treated as a related incident. The location of the shooting is less than a half-mile from where the snipers original shootings occurred.

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