5 injured, including child, in SE bus stop shooting

WASHINGTON — Four men and a child were hurt Monday evening when someone opened fire on a bus stop in Southeast D.C.

At 5:15 p.m., police report an African-American man, about six feet tall, with shoulder-length dreadlocks, was walking past a crowded bus stop at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Minnesota Avenue S.E. when he began shooting.

Four men were hit by bullets and a young girl was cut by broken glass.

In an unrelated incident, the police are also investigating a shooting in Northwest D.C. at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Columbia Road that happened just before 9:30 p.m..

If you have any information about either the shooting, call the D.C. police anonymous tip line at 202-727-9099 or text them at 50411.

Below is a map where the bus stop shooting took place:

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