New York Daily News – by Chris Sommerfeldt
Two police officers were shot in Pennsylvania when they responded to a domestic dispute early Thursday, officials said.
A manhunt was underway for a gunman who fled after allegedly gunning down two cops when they arrived at his home in Canonsburg around 3:30 a.m., according to WXPI-TV.
The officers were airlifted to a Pittsburgh hospital where their conditions were not immediately known. It was not immediately clear what triggered the shooting.
The suspect’s neighbor heard the aftermath of the shooting and witnessed emergency responders carrying a wounded officer into an ambulance on a gurney.
“I heard the medics say, ‘stay with me, breathe. Hang in there. You’re going to be okay,'” the neighbor, only identified as Shaun, told WXPI.
Cops urged nearby residents to remain inside, as a SWAT team scoured the area for the gunman, who was still on the lam Thursday morning.
3 thoughts on “Two Pennsylvania police officers shot after responding to domestic dispute”
“It was not immediately clear what triggered the shooting”.
The gun’s trigger triggered the shooting, you idiot.
When cops arrive at your home, it’s a good bet that you’ll wind up dead, so I consider this a case of preemptive self-defense.
and the dumbed down cops still haven’t piked up the clue( hard to do on less than an 80 IQ score) that they started this fire
I’m pleased to inform the readers here that one of the two police state enforcers has officially become a “good cop.” Hopefully the other will follow suit.
The death of the pregnant woman is regrettable, though.