Penn Hills Murder Suicide, Death – During the attempted murder-suicide that took place in Penn Hills on Tuesday night, one person was successful in ending their own life by taking their own life, while another person was left in serious condition as a result of the event. On Tuesday evening, about 9:30 p.m., the Allegheny County Police Department says that 911 dispatchers were made aware of a shooting that took place along Thon Drive.
Tuesday was the day that the event took place. First responders found a lady, age 41, who had been shot many times, as well as a guy, age 50, who had a gunshot wound to the head. Both victims were found when the first responders arrived. Both victims were discovered to be in serious condition after the incident. Both individuals were in very dangerous situations when they were found.
The male victim was reportedly proclaimed dead at the scene of the incident, and the female victim was taken to the hospital, where, as of the most recent information that was available, she was listed as being in severe condition. According to the police, the male victim was pronounced dead at the scene of the event.
After conducting their investigation, the authorities came to the realization that the incident was the consequence of a failed murder-suicide attempt that had been conducted prior to it. The number that you should call to get in touch with the County Police Tip Line is 1-833-ALL-TIPS. Anyone who witnessed the occurrence or who may have information on it is urged to call the number as soon as possible