BRISTOL, Va. - An investigation is now underway in Bristol, Virginia.
Police say at least one shot was fired at a moving train.
Police tell us it happened Wednesday around 4:30 in the afternoon.
We're told as the train left the Bristol rail yard bound for Roanoke, the crew in the train's cab noticed a man near trees close to an auto auction business.
The crew says the man pointed a rifle at the train, the crew ducked, and that's when they say the left-side window of the train was shattered.
We're told the train moved on and no one was hurt.
The investigation is ongoing.
If you have any information about this incident, you're asked to call Bristol, Virginia Police at (276) 645-7400.
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