Pennsylvania Shooting Update: Two killed at church, one on roadway
(CBS/AP) GEESEYTOWN, Pa. - The gunman who died in an apparent shootout with police in central Pennsylvania Friday morning began his rampage by shooting a woman who was decorating a church for a children's Christmas party, according to the brother of the church's late pastor.
The Altoona Mirror reports that the gunman, who sources identified as Jeffrey Lee Michael of Hollidaysburg, then shot another person outside the church, and fled the scene in a pickup truck, crashed head-on into another car, and then shot and killed that car's driver.
CBS Pittsburgh reports that troopers responded to a 9-1-1 "shots fired" call about 9 a.m. Additional 9-1-1 calls reported an armed man shooting at additional locations.
Two troopers were fired at by the driver of a pickup truck on Juniata Valley Road and a third officer was injured in a head-on crash with the pickup, sources told the station.
Michael exited the truck and immediately shot at troopers. Troopers returned fire, killing Michael.
The troopers who were shot are expected to survive.
Officials tell the station that three men and one woman were killed in the incident.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that according to Blair County District Attorney Rich Consiglio, the shooting scene "extended over several miles."
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