A man was shot on a Houston METRO bus in west Houston Friday morning.
The accident occurred at 11:50 a.m. at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Madden Lane.
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More than 200 Houston METRO Transit workers have tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of November.
Two Houston METRO officers have been accused of keeping a man restrained for a long time in the Houston heat, causing him severe burns.
Those who tested positive included two bus operators, a First Transit contract driver for METROLift, and a fare inspector.
METRO is working with public health officials so they can identify and notify any employees who may have been in close contact with the employee.
METRO will contact riders who were on that vehicle within 14 days of the time frame in which that contractor last worked.
A METRO bus operator and a METROLift dispatcher have tested positive for coronavirus.
METRO is making many changes to operations to keep riders safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
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