Five people are dead and another hospitalized following a shooting early Sunday morning outside a Pennsylvania auto wash in what a state trooper tells the Herald-Standard was "a pretty intense scene".
Police identified the victims as: William Porterfield, 27, Chelsie Cline, 25, Seth Cline, 21, and Courtney Snyder, 23.
Pennsylvania State Police said that the shooter identified as Timothy Smith, 28, had been put on life support and not expected to survive after suffering a gunshot wound to his head during the attack.
"It is a possibility that the gunshot wound to Smith was self-inflicted, however that determination has not been made at this point", according to the police report.
One of the victims, Chelsie Cline, had briefly been involved with Smith, but broke things off months ago, her sister Sierra Kolarik told CNN Pittsburgh affiliate WPXI.
WTAE reported that it happened at a self-serve vehicle wash in Melcroft shortly before 3 a.m. Police are probing the motive for the shooting.
Police said a 42-year-old man was shot in the 1200 block of Broadway Avenue around 3 p.m. Another died at a hospital. She also said she knew that "her husband had spent the past two days with Chelsie Cline who had ended her relationship with Smith a couple of days earlier".
Two victims were located inside a pickup truck and "two others were found outside in the auto wash's parking lot", 5 News Online reported.
The survivor was not shot but suffered minor injuries, they said. Four of the victims were pronounced dead at the scene, while another died at a hospital.
Two victims were found slain inside a green pickup truck, Broadwater told the newspaper.
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". Another woman in the rear seat of the extended cab pickup truck only suffered injuries from broken glass. Further information about that person was not released.