STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. — A shooting in Stafford County resulted in two people shot and several active crime scenes Monday afternoon.
Deputies responded to Elkton Drive for the report of gunfire around 4 p.m.
Police said a red sedan then drove away from the area and deputies followed on Enon Road to U.S. 1.
A person then bailed out of the car, according to police, near Hulls Chapel, where officers began their search for that individual. They said the pursuit ended near Potomac Creek with a rolling roadblock, where they ultimately found two victims who had been shot.
As a result of the incident, U.S. 1 was closed in both directions at Potomac Creek. The road has since reopened.
Police have not yet found the driver of the red sedan.
This is a developing story. WUSA9 will update this story once more information is confirmed by our newsroom.
A woman said she was brutally attacked on a bus in Northeast D.C. Monday afternoon. The incident was caught on camera and the video is disturbing. Metro Transit Police investigators are looking into what happened.
The incident happened on the M4 bus headed to Deanwood in mid-October.
WUSA9 spoke to the woman who shot the video, who told us she wanted to remain anonymous. The woman said she got on the bus with her two small children, ages 2 and 7. The woman shown in the video gave up her seat so the kids could sit down. Moments later, the woman said, a large group of kids got on the bus and, in her words, started getting rowdy and cursing.
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