Apple and Google buses underneath glow in Silicon Valley

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Buses used to ride Apple employees to their offices have been attacked, with windows smashed, presumably by people regulating particle guns.

There have been several such attacks on a morning and dusk commutes to and from Apple domicile in a Californian city of Cupertino.

Some news outlets news that a organisation has sent an email to employees, observant buses are now being rerouted.

Local news website SFGate reported that a Google train had also been targeted.

There have been no reported injuries and there is no idea that a perpetrator is targeting a sold company.

The attacks could be related to prior ill-feeling about how a tech zone is causing a gentrification of San Francisco and a surrounding area.

In 2013, a train carrying Google employees had a windows smashed, followed by protests over how a a well-paid tech zone had pushed adult residence prices in a city.

The stream attacks all took place on Highway 280 with reports suggesting Apple is now ludicrous a buses from that road, adding 30 to 45 mins to a commute.

California Highway Patrol reliable that a incidents took place. “We’re not certain what caused a repairs during this time, though we’re not statute anything out,” CHP officer Art Montiel told NBC News.

“It could have been a particle gun, though what we do know is it was not a high-powered purloin or anything like that,” he added.