Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-01-16 19:13:41 –
Pittsburgh (KDKA) — Two people were killed after being shot multiple times overnight in Pittsburgh.
Police are still searching for the murder suspect.
According to Pittsburgh police, the first shooting occurred on Friday at about 9:55 pm at 300 blocks on Stratmore Street in Crafton Heights.
Police officers found a man with a gunshot wound on his torso outside the house. He was taken to Allegheny General Hospital, where he died. The Allegheny County Coroner has identified him as 22-year-old Martel Goode in Pittsburgh.
Immediately after the shooting, police responded to a collision between two vehicles at the intersection of Berry Street and Middle Town Road, not far from the shooting.
Keinesha Brown heard it outside the house and found one of the crashed people shot. She is a certified clinical medical assistant and began applying treatment while they were waiting for police and health care workers.
“I’m a helper. That’s me. On the medical side, if you don’t act fast, it can be very bad,” Brown told KDKA. “His breathing really staggered with the cold combination and the shot in his chest.”
According to investigators, he was taken to the hospital in crisis. The police talked to the driver of the car.
The other car drivers were taken to the hospital in a stable condition. Witnesses told police that two other men had fled the scene.
Early Saturday morning, police were summoned to shoot at 6600 blocks on Frankstown Avenue.
Police officers were warned by ShotSpotter around 2:05 am on Saturday. They found a man with multiple gunshot wounds on his torso and legs.
He was taken to the hospital in a serious condition, but later died of an injury.
He has been identified as Garfield’s 32-year-old Robert Agrus.
No arrests have been made at this time.
The police are asking for your help. If you know something, you will be asked to call them.
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