MINSK, June 22 (RIA Novosti) – Three people were injured with gunshot wounds in the Belarusian capital Minsk on Saturday after a gunman in a car fired on people at a bus stop, local ONT television reported.
The attacker drove up to the stop near the city’s Partisanskaya subway station, opened fire from a dark-colored car as it came alongside the bus stop, and then drove away. The car contained three people, ONT said.
The most seriously-injured among the victims, who were taken to hospital, is a girl who was wounded in the neck.
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