MINNEAPOLIS (CNN/KRON) -- Video released Wednesday shows the bizarre shooting of a school bus driver after an apparent fender-bender on a snowy Minnesota highway.
It happened Tuesday afternoon where Interstates 35-W and 94 merge in Minneapolis.
A Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) traffic camera was rolling and caught it on camera.
You can see in the video that as cars crept along the snowy highway, a Toyota pulls up in front of a pickup truck and school bus.
At that point, the driver, who police later identified as 31-year-old Kenneth Lily, then got out and immediately started firing.
The video then shows what appears to be two gun flashes, then Lilly walking between the pickup truck and school bus.
Lilly then apparently fires at least two more times and one last flash is seen as the suspect stands next to the bus door.
Police say the bus driver was hit in the head but that his wounds are non-life threatening.
Lilly was taken into custody. It is unclear at this time if/what charges are pending.
The investigation is ongoing.
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