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1 dead, 3 wounded in East Pittsburgh shooting

Megan Guza
| Friday, Nov. 20, 2015, 7:06 a.m.
Police tape spools at the scene of a shooting in East Pittsburgh that killed at least one person and injured three others on early Friday, Nov. 20, 2015.
James Knox | Trib Total Media
Police tape spools at the scene of a shooting in East Pittsburgh that killed at least one person and injured three others on early Friday, Nov. 20, 2015.

One man was killed and three others wounded in an East Pittsburgh shooting early Friday, Allegheny County police said.

The shooting happened about 12:25 a.m. in an apartment in the Prospect Terrace housing complex, according to police Lt. Andrew Schurman. Four men were shot inside the apartment, and there were no other occupants, he said.

Reno Wallace II, 26, was pronounced dead at the scene, the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office reported.

The other three men, all in their early 20s, Schurman said, were taken to hospitals in stable condition. Two attempted to drive themselves to a hospital after the shooting and were stopped by police. All three are expected to survive, the lieutenant said.

The names of the wounded have not been released.

Police are unsure of the motive behind the gunfire, Schurman said.

Anyone with information is asked to call county police at 412-473-1300.

Megan Guza is a staff writers for Trib Total Media.

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