1 killed in a shooting at a Wawa suitability stock in Pennsylvania. The doubtful is dead after a self-inflicted firing wound, DA says

A man was killed and the doubtful later took his own life next a gunfire outside a Wawa suitability store and gas position in Upper Macungie Township, Pennsylvania, on Wed, according to Lehigh County District Attorney James Martin.

The incident started around 4:48 a.m. when a man driving a white Toyota Corolla fired at a lady who was driving on Route 22 near Cedar Crest Boulevard, Martin supposed at a news session Wednesday.

The lady didn’t realize she was gunshot at until she still at the Wawa, Martin said.

The doubtful then shot and injured a second person in a Off-roader at the Wawa, Martin said.

The 3rd shooting — a truck driver driving gas — was fatal, Martin said.

After murder the truck driver, the doubtful then walked about a quarter-mile lengthways Route 100, where he shot himself in the hand and the chest and died, Martin said.

A Wawa employee who was outside when shots were fired ushered customers into the store, warned employees, and locked the doors, Martin said. “All credit to him,” said Martin.

Martin said it appears the three shootings were “indiscriminate.”

One gun was recovered at the scene, Martin said, but he did not disclose further details.

A man was killed and the doubtful later took his own life next a gunfire outside a Wawa suitability store and gas position in Upper Macungie Township, Pennsylvania, on Wed, according to Lehigh County District Attorney James Martin.

The incident started around 4:48 a.m. when a man driving a white Toyota Corolla fired at a lady who was driving on Route 22 near Cedar Crest Boulevard, Martin supposed at a news session Wednesday.

The lady didn’t realize she was gunshot at until she still at the Wawa, Martin said.

The doubtful then shot and injured a second person in a Off-roader at the Wawa, Martin said.

The 3rd shooting — a truck driver driving gas — was fatal, Martin said.

After murder the truck driver, the doubtful then walked about a quarter-mile lengthways Route 100, where he shot himself in the hand and the chest and died, Martin said.

A Wawa employee who was outside when shots were fired ushered customers into the store, warned employees, and locked the doors, Martin said. “All credit to him,” said Martin.

Martin said it appears the three shootings were “indiscriminate.”

One gun was recovered at the scene, Martin said, but he did not disclose further details.

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