#BREAKING: Several Reported Shot, Including Police Officers at Government Building
At least four people were reported injured Wednesday in a shooting at a district judge’s office in Masontown, according to a Fayette County 911 dispatcher. The extent of the injuries were not immediately known. Masontown and state police in Uniontown were responding.
One person is said to have been shot dead.
The Fayette County Coroner was called to a Masontown magistrate’s office following a shooting today. The office is taped off as police investigate. Authorities have not released the name of the suspect, or said how many were shot. #HSUTN pic.twitter.com/Ppfm8pwUVc
— Herald-Standard (@hsuniontown) September 19, 2018
Police are on the scene of a reported shooting at a magistrate’s office in Fayette County, Pennsylvania.
The incident was unfolding at the office of Magisterial District Judge Daniel Shimshock–1 East Church Street.
According to the Herald-Standard, several people, ‘including at least one police officer, were shot around 2 p.m.’ Wednesday.
The coroner has been called to the scene.
BREAKING: Witnesses describe scene of horror after shooting inside Masontown magistrate office in Fayette County. 1 dead. #WPXI
— Courtney Brennan (@WPXI_Courtney) September 19, 2018