Some Ideas On Effortless Secrets Of
"Within moments...the entire street was secure." Guests were concerned, but the wedding went on, said Brommer, who was presiding over the wedding at St. Lawrence but serves at St. Patrick's nearby. Despite the gun violence outside, the wedding was still "joyous and love-filled," he said. Father Gregory Eichman, a priest who regularly serves at St. Lawrence, agreed. "It did not stop them from getting married." Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico said Ahmed El-Mofty fired "several shots" at a police car belonging to a Capitol Police officer at 4:10 p.m. Friday in the area of Third and Walnut streets in Harrisburg. One shot came "very close" to hitting the officer, but the officer was able to escape uninjured. El-Mofty then fired several shots at a Pennsylvania State Police trooper about 30 minutes after the initial shooting. Marsico said the trooper, who suffered minor injuries, was chased by El-Mofty to the Allison Hill section of the city to the area of 17th and Mulberry Streets, where he opened fire at officers with two handguns. Officers returned fire, shooting and killing El-Mofty.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.pennlive.com/news/2017/12/wedding_went_on_as_planned_des.html