Cars damaged when rocks thrown from railroad overpass
ST. LOUIS (AP) - St. Louis police are investigating after several cars were damaged by rocks thrown from a railroad overpass.
KTVI-TV reported that police were called Tuesday night to the overpass near Greer and Goodfellow. A caller told police that a brick went through a vehicle window and struck a passenger in the chest.
It was unclear if the passenger was injured.
No arrests have been made.