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    Four killed, one wounded in jealousy fueled shooting at Pennsylvania car wash

    A gunman in a jealous rage killed four people, including the 25-year-old woman he was infatuated with, at a western Pennsylvania car wash early Sunday, authorities said.
    The shooter, Tim Smith, is expected to die after taking a bullet to the head, which police believe was likely self-inflicted during the 3 a.m. attack at Ed’s Car Wash in Saltlick Township.
    Armed to the teeth with a handgun and a .308-caliber rifle, Smith fatally shot the woman at the heart of his obsession, Chelsie Cline. He is also suspected of killing William Porterfield, 27, Courtney Snyder, 23, and Seth Cline, 21, according to police.
    Sierra Kolarik, Cline’s half-sister, told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that Smith had become fixated with the woman.

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