A man was wounded at a Chicago Transit Authority bus stop during an attempted robbery on the city's South Side Tuesday morning.
Bullets from the shooting shattered glass at the bus stop and damaged a no. 111 CTA bus nearby.
Police said the shooting happened just after 5 a.m. near 111th and Halsted.
The man suffered a graze wound to his shoulder while waiting for the bus but no one on the bus was injured by the gunfire.
Authorities said the man was taken to Roseland Community Hospital in good condition. The driver of the CTA bus was shaken up by the incident and was also transported to the hospital for observation, according to CTA spokesperson Katherine Hosinski.
The bus was removed from service.