UPDATE March 31, 2016, 6:00 PM ET: Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller told the AP that while police initially said two troopers were taken to the hospital, only one had been hurt. The wounded trooper’s injuries were life-threatening, she said, contrary to local media reports that the trooper had died.
The suspect in the shooting had been shot dead by two other troopers, according to police. Original story below.
A Virginia State Police trooper is dead and at least six are wounded after a Thursday shooting at Richmond bus station, local media reported.
While there were conflicting reports about the number of people injured, WWBT reported another trooper was also wounded after a suspect opened fired as the officers conducted a security training session.
Citing anonymous sources, the Richmond network reported the shooter was also dead.
Few other details were immediately available.