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Police search for evidence at 32 Wilderness Road in Rice Township after a double shooting Wednesday night. Rice Township police officer Brian Stout said two men shot each other on Heslop Road, about a quarter mile from the intersection with Wilderness Road, just before 8:30 p.m. One of the men drove to his home at 32 Wilderness Road to seek assistance, while the other drove in a red car to the township ambulance station near the police station to seek help, police said. The man who lives at 32 Wilderness Road suffered injuries that didn't appear to be life-threatening, Stout said, while he heard that the other man suffered more severe injuries. Both men were taken by ambulance to Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center for treatment. No further information was available prior to press time.
Police search for evidence at 32 Wilderness Road in Rice Township after a double shooting Wednesday night. Rice Township police officer Brian Stout said two men shot each other on Heslop Road, about a quarter mile from the intersection with Wilderness Road, just before 8:30 p.m. One of the men drove to his home at 32 Wilderness Road to seek assistance, while the other drove in a red car to the township ambulance station near the police station to seek help, police said. The man who lives at 32 Wilderness Road suffered injuries that didn't appear to be life-threatening, Stout said, while he heard that the other man suffered more severe injuries. Both men were taken by ambulance to Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center for treatment. No further information was available prior to press time.
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Police search for evidence at 32 Wilderness Road in Rice Township after a double shooting Wednesday night. Rice Township police officer Brian Stout said two men shot each other on Heslop Road, about a quarter mile from the intersection with Wilderness Road, just before 8:30 p.m. One of the men drove to his home at 32 Wilderness Road to seek assistance, while the other drove in a red car to the township ambulance station near the police station to seek help, police said. The man who lives at 32 Wilderness Road suffered injuries that didn’t appear to be life-threatening, Stout said, while he heard that the other man suffered more severe injuries. Both men were taken by ambulance to Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center for treatment. No further information was available prior to press time.


STEVE MOCARSKY


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