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Tractor trailer shooting investigation on 390

3:00 p.m. BREAKING UPDATE: 390 South now open

2:39 p.m. BREAKING UPDATE: 390 North now open

2:00 p.m. BREAKING UPDATE: MCSO holds news conference. Will not confirm if bullet is found. Read more here.

1:55 p.m. BREAKING UPDATE: 390 North and South to reopen between Chili Avenue and 490 in about one hour.

12:25 p.m. BREAKING UPDATE: Police said driver of tractor trailer called 911 after he heard a noise and saw a hole in the rear window of his rig. 

12:05 p.m. BREAKING UPDATE: A helicopter and dogs are searching just south of the area where a tractor trailer might have been shot.

Gates, N.Y.- Monroe County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a possible shooting on 390 Thursday morning.

Investigators said a tractor trailer was possibly struck by a bullet. Police said the driver was heading south on 390 around 10:00 a.m. when he heard a noise and then saw a hole in the rear window of his rig.  The driver pulled over and called 911.

It happened on 390 at the railroad overpass between the Buffalo Road overpass and the Chili Avenue exit.

390 North and South between 490 and Chili Avenue remains closed. It's expected to re-open to traffic by the afternoon rush hour.

No one was injured in the incident.

Greece police said Tuesday they are closing their investigation into a reported shooting incident along State Route 390 near West Ridge Road last week.
Last Wednesday, police closed portions of the expressway after they received a report of a vehicle struck by a bullet last Monday evening during rush hour traffic.
The subsequent investigation yielded little to no information about the reported incident, according to Greece Police Lt. Casey Voelkl.

Police have not released the identity of the driver who reported the incident.


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