4 Dead, 3 Pa. Troopers Wounded In Roadside Shooting
December 21, 2012
Blair County District Attorney Richard Consiglio discusses Friday's rampage shooting. Screenshot via Altoona Mirror.
Three Pennsylvania troopers were wounded responding to a shooting in Hollidaysburg that left four people dead including the gunman, reports the Pittsburgh Tribune.
Two troopers were wounded in a shootout with the gunman. One trooper was struck in the body armor.
Three women and a man were killed in the shooting. The gunman killed the victims in a shooting rampage in which he shot a woman decording a church; killed a man in his residence; rammed a vehicle and shot the driver; and rammed a state police cruiser.
Blair County District Attorney Richard Consiglio discussed the incident during a press conference you can view here.
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Dave @ 12/24/2012 12:18 PM
So is the government going to ban the gun used in this killing too? Its all the person behind the gun not the gun its self!!!!!
Bud Chapman @ 12/24/2012 1:57 PM
Another loose cannon, mentally unstable, he did the killings, what the hell happens with people during the Holiday Month of December. Seems to me if people aren't killing kids, they commit suicide. It is my opinion that this guy needed Psychiatric treatment way before the incident. But, in any case he won't be killing anybody else anymore. (He needed killing), again just my opinion!!!
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