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Gunman Shoots Trucker Twice Outside Trucking Company


A trucker is fighting to survive after being shot twice in the chest outside of a Bucks County, Pennsylvania, trucking company last night.

The shooting happened just before 6:30 p.m. at Philadelphia Express Group in Bensalem. A gunman opened fire, hitting an unnamed 46-year-old male truck driver twice in the chest before fleeing the scene in a car.

The truck driver was treated for blood loss and a collapsed lung. He was taken to the hospital and is in critical condition.

Police have not made any arrests and have not made a statement regarding the shooter’s motive. They are also not sure what type of vehicle they are looking for.

NBC 10
Bucks County Courier-Times


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