Men fired automatic weapons on a TV and radio station in Haiti's capital, injuring a street vendor.
Radio-Tele Ginen's Port-au-Prince building was riddled with bullets as journalists delivered a newscast early Tuesday evening, Haitian police spokesman Frantz Lerebours said.
Rounds ricocheted off a jeep belonging to the station and hit a nearby street vendor, station owner Jean Lucien Borges said. The vendor was being treated at a local hospital.
No one was injured inside the station, which kept broadcasting throughout the attack. "We thought it was just regular shooting," Borges said.
The private station, which beams a broad array of television and radio coverage across the restive Caribbean country, is not aligned with any political party. No arrests have been made.
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