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One Dead After Shooting On Greyhound Bus

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One person is dead, and several others were injured after a shooting on a Greyhound bus in Northern California on Wednesday night, according to local authorities.

Five people were shot on a greyhound bus in Oroville, California, on Wednesday night, leaving one dead, according to a Butte County Sheriff’s Office press release. Officials said they have a suspect in custody.

The Oroville Police Department and Butte County Sheriff’s Office responded to calls around 7:35 p.m. on Wednesday regarding a shooting inside a bus near a local convenience store, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office said.

After officials found several people suffering form gunshot wounds and one individual dead, the surviving victims were reportedly transported to a local hospital. (RELATED: Cannibal Who Ate Farmer’s Organs With A Side Of Beans Escapes From Psych Ward)

The suspect fled the scene before authorities arrived, but after additional phone calls, police learned the suspect was hiding inside a local Walmart, according to the Butte County Sheriff’s Office. The suspect was arrested inside the store, surrounded by evidence that connected him to the crime, according to the press release.

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