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Dillon Mullan

Baltimore Sun

January 30, 2024

A Maryland Transportation Authority police car was struck by a gunshot early Tuesday morning.

An officer closed the right lane of I-95 North Exit 53 to protect a work zone with an unmarked Dodge Chargers with emergency lights flashing when the car was struck by a bullet around 2:15 a.m., the transportation authority said in a news release.

The officer and workers were not injured, and investigators believe the shot was fired from a passing vehicle, the transportation authority said. Spokesperson Brady McCormick said police are still investigating if more than one shot was fired.

Anyone with information can contact investigators at 443-608-8313.

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