A 17-year-old Pittsburgh boy has been shot and injured as he waited for his morning bus - the third student from his school shot this week.
Officials tell WPXI-TV the boy is a junior at Woodland Hills High School and was shot Friday. His name hasn't been released.
Sixteen-year-old Jerame Turner was also a junior at Woodland Hills when he was shot and killed Monday night. A 13-year-old was also shot and is expected to survive. It's not clear where he went to school.
And 14-year-old Augustus Gray was shot Saturday and died this week. He was an eighth grader at Woodland Hills Junior/Senior High School.
Pittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert says the violence is unacceptable. The school superintendent says the community must come together to stop it.
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