At least 5 killed, 1 injured in shooting at Pennsylvania auto wash

At least 5 killed, 1 injured in shooting at Pennsylvania auto wash

Four people were killed early Sunday in a shooting outside a self-serve vehicle wash in a rural western Pennsylvania town when a man wearing body armor and wielding three guns, including an AR 15 semiautomatic assault rifle, opened fire on them, according to Pennsylvania authorities.

It was not immediately clear whether the shooter was among the dead, but authorities told local media outlets there was "no threat to the community, no imminent danger". By Sunday afternoon, the question of what sparked the shooting was still unanswered.

Ed Bukovac, who owns the auto wash, told the Tribune-Review that a neighbour called him around 4 a.m. Sunday and said something was wrong at his business.

State Police will hold a press conference to update the shooting.

Investigators have not yet determined whether the shooter is among the victims or whether he or she fled the scene.

One person was rushed to a nearby hospital. WPXI-TV reports they spoke with family members. "The victims have not been identified yet".

Police said Sunday they have no motive yet for the deadly shooting.

Four victims were pronounced dead at the scene, while another died at a hospital, according to a state trooper. A sedan and two pickup trucks.

Police have affirmed three guys and two females were murdered.

There is now no word on the condition of the person hospitalized.

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