West Virginia Shooting: Five Shot, Two Dead, August 28, 2012
Six People, Including Three State Troopers, Were Shot in West Virginia on August 28, 2012
Local media outlets are reporting that five people, including three state troopers, were wounded in a mass shooting. One of the state troopers is believed to have died.
It is believed that the shooting took place in Clay County near a park-and-ride on Interstate 79.
WOWK reporter David Iversen said the shooting took place over "2 separate crime scenes."
Iversen added: "5 people shot total in Amma shooting: 2 wvsp troopers, 1 wrecker driver, 1 Roane county deputy and an unnamed suspect"
He then wrote: "2 troopers shot at Wallback park and ride. Wrecker driver shot there. Suspect left. Met by Roane County deputy, suspect an[d] deputy are shot."
The suspect is also believed to have died in the shooting.
WOWK is providing updates from the West Virginia shooting.
Reporter David Iversen is also providing updates.