1 dead, 3 hurt in Atlanta public transit shooting

MARTA said in a statement, "Due to police activity, Blue Line trains will not service Holmes and West Lake".

While Hunnicutt's mother said that no one wanted to harm her son, others said that the shooter and victim knew each other, and had past altercations.

A shooting at an Atlanta public transit station Thursday left one man dead and wounded three other riders, officials said.

"As the train was in motion, the suspect fired several shots toward the victims", Joseph Dorsey, deputy chief of the MARTA police, said.

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Cops arrested a suspect at the next stop, the West Lake station, although some news accounts indicate that West Lake was where the shooting occurred. The man then got up and walked to the back of the auto.

Peterson said a woman and her child were in front of him when they got to the door connecting cars and ran through, but the next door was jammed. "We just thought it was the train making noises", said witness Rashad Caleb who said he got on the train with his family at the same station as the gunman.

"We heard popping noises coming from the auto behind us".

"When we finally get it open, there's a whole crowd of people who came up behind us and we fall". A 22-year-old man was critically shot and was rushed to Grady Memorial Hospital. "The safety of our passengers continues to be our number one priority", the spokesperson said.

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