SigAlert Lifted After Investigators Respond to Report of Bus Shooting on 10 Freeway in West L.A.

A Google Maps image shows the 10 Freeway in the West L.A. area.

A Google Maps image shows the 10 Freeway in the West L.A. area.

The westbound 10 Freeway transition to the 405 reopened Tuesday afternoon after investigators responded to a report of a bus shooting that apparently left one person injured.

The driver of a green FlixBus said somebody opened fire at the bus, California Highway Patrol Officer Siara Lund told KTLA. She said nobody was struck by a bullet, but one person was grazed by glass.

Paramedics transported that passenger to a hospital, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Officials received a 911 call about the incident around 12:35 p.m., Lund said.

CHP issued a SigAlert and blocked all lanes on the westbound 10 Freeway from Fairfax Avenue to Robertson Boulevard and the transition to the northbound 405.

The agency cancelled the SigAlert just before 4 p.m.

KTLA’s Jennifer Thang contributed to this story.

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