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Posted: 2:18 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012
UNIONTOWN, Pa. —
A woman who was caught in crossfire at her Uniontown apartment spoke to Channel 11 on Tuesday.
Magan Younkin was cooking dinner, heard a commotion outside and checked her children. That’s when she was shot, she said.
“I felt like I was going to die. That is what it felt like to me. I thought it was over,” said Younkin. “I opened up the door and only cracked it. That’s when I felt it.”
Police are investigating and haven’t made any arrests.
“Anytime when you have gunfire in a residential area, especially where innocent bystanders are getting struck by random bullets, it is definitely a concern,” said Uniontown Police Chief Jason Cox.
Younkin wasn’t the only one who was hit. A few neighbors were grazed but said they are OK.
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