Killed in Shooting at Car Wash in Pennsylvania; Gunman Among 2 Injured

Pennsylvania Shooting Rampage Live Updates: Deadly Attack at Small Town Car Wash

Five people are dead and another hospitalized following a shooting early Sunday morning outside a Pennsylvania vehicle wash in what a state trooper tells the Herald-Standard was "a pretty intense scene".

According to reports from the Associated Press, 27-year old William Porterfield, 25-year-old Chelsie Cline, 23-year old Courtney Snyder, and 21-year-old Seth Cline were all killed.

Smith was on life support Sunday and not expected to survive after suffering a possibly self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head, police said. Family members of the victims told WPXI-TV that the shooting was the result of a domestic dispute. Officials say the victims-a mix of men and women in their 20s and early 30s-all died from gunshot wounds, according to WPXI.

"I'm not holding that against Will". "Also, on the off chance that he was with another person while we were having issues, truly, I couldn't care less what he did".

She said: 'I was told my husband was cheating on me with (one of the victims), and that she had broken up with her previous boyfriend two days ago, and he went insane and shot them all'. I'm not going to hold that against him.

"I'd offer anything to have him back", she included. Another woman in the rear seat of the extended cab pickup truck only suffered injuries from broken glass.

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Bukovac said police were there when he arrived and that he had few details about what had happened.

Cayleigh Myers said she was friends with Seth Cline and described the construction worker as "very outgoing, very amusing and very smart". "He would give his shirt off his back for you, anything, it didn't matter what it was, what time it was, if you need him, you could call him".

Shari Bukovac, who owns the carwash with her husband, Ed, told The Washington Post Sunday that, although the automated carwash is open 24 hours a day, no employees were on the property when the shooting took place.

Four of those victims died at the scene, and the fifth died later at a hospital, a police spokesman told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

"That's insane. This happens in Pittsburgh, not here", Dick Kalp, who lives behind a nearby convenience store and called police, said.

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