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Woman wounded in Pa. murder-suicide still in critical condition

May 26, 2007|By DON AINES

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - A woman wounded in a murder-suicide that left two men dead Thursday remained in critical condition at Hershey (Pa.) Medical Center on Friday, while the investigation of the man who was in the vehicle with the shooter was ongoing, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Rob Traylor, 21, of Fogelsanger Road, was killed in the 2 a.m. shooting and Jennifer Todd, 21, address unavailable, was shot several times, police said. The man who shot them, Steven David B'Sedek, 37, of 25 N. Washington St., later was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in his apartment, police said.

A hospital spokeswoman Friday night on said Todd was in critical condition. Police said she was shot several times in the incident on Avon Drive.

Police said an argument at the Hot Point Inn on Hotpoint Avenue continued in the parking lot. Traylor, Todd and two other people, Bradley Rine and Robin Krugh, left in a car and were followed by B'Sedek, police said.

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The two vehicles pulled into a gravel parking lot across the road from Shippensburg's wastewater treatment plant where the argument continued, police said. B'Sedek shot Traylor and Todd before fleeing. Rine and Krugh were uninjured, police said.

The investigation led police to the North Washington Street apartment. B'Sedek was found dead when the state police Special Emergency Response Team entered the building about 1:30 p.m.

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