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(KDKA) — Two people were killed in a shooting in Mc Keesport.
Police were called to the Crawford Village neighborhood shortly before a.m. Officers found the body of one victim in the street.
Another was in a car stopped in the parking lot outside the 39 Building.
Investigators confirmed the victims are a 49-year-old Raffel Greene, and 32-year-old Jessica Taylor.
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