A man has been arrested in Melbourne’s south-east after police say he fired shots at police during a disturbance at a Melbourne train depot.
Key points:A man was arrested for firing shots at a train depot during a “riot” in the city’s south endTwo officers were injured and taken to hospitalA 30-year-old man has now been arrested for aggravated assault and discharging a firearm at policeThe incident occurred on the northbound train at the Victoria Station at about 7:45pm (AEDT) on Saturday, police said.
They were in contact with the Melbourne Fire Brigade when the incident happened.
Two officers suffered minor injuries, while the man was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Police say they are investigating the incident as a “violent incident”.
They said a man had been arrested at the scene for aggravated assaulting police.
A 30 year old man has since been arrested and taken into custody.
Police have not yet said whether he will face any charges.
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