Man shot by Attorney General agents after fight at Pittsburgh Greyhound station, police say

PITTSBURGH — Two people were taken to the hospital after a shooting at the downtown Pittsburgh Greyhound station.

According to Allegheny County 911, police and EMS responded to the station around 6:40 a.m.

According to Pittsburgh Public Safety, two men got into an altercation on a bus that was coming into Pittsburgh. Two agents from the Attorney General’s Office were in the area and saw a man threatening another with a knife and actively trying to stab him.

The fight spilled into the concourse near the buses, and when the actor didn’t comply with the agent’s request to drop the knife, the agents fired their guns. The actor was hit in the stomach and chest.

Sources told Channel 11 that the agents were working a drug operation in the area of the Greyhound station at the time of the incident.

Channel 11′s Lauren Talotta saw several evidence markers on the ground near the buses.

The man who was shot was taken to the hospital in critical condition and was taken into surgery.

The other man hit his head during the incident and was also taken to the hospital.

Pittsburgh police are investigating what happened on the bus that led to the altercation.

Channel 11 has reached out to the Attorney General’s Office and is waiting to hear back.

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