Greyhound Station Has Active Shooter In Richmond, VA

ABC-affiliate WRIC in Richmond Virginia is reporting that both the Richmond Police and Virginia State Police are responding to what is believed to be an active shooter situation at the Greyhound bus station on North Boulevard in Richmond.

Greyhound Station Has Active Shooter In Richmond, VA

Richmond police have confirmed the news with WRIC and while details are sketchy 8 News reporter Kerri O’Brien has reported that as many as four people were being treated on the scene and are expected to be transported to a local hospital presently.

Virginia State Police have confirmed that two troopers along with a female civilian were shot at the scene and WTVR CBS 6 is reporting that the suspect was killed by the troopers.

However, this is contradicted by Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne N. Geller who said the suspect is in custody.

It appears that the Virginia State Police were on a training exercise at the Greyhound bus station when the shooting occurred.

We will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.

3:50 PM EDT

NBC 12 News is now reporting that six people were shot including the shooter and two of the six are believed to be in critical condition.

The victims were transported to Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center less than two miles away

The Greyhound station is at 2910 N. Boulevard, directly across the street from The Diamond. That area is closed to traffic and police are directing traffic.

NBC12’s Mike Valerio and Chris Thomas are at the scene.

And NBC twelve is live streaming their coverage nbc12.com/live .