Shooting In Montgomery County PA – As part of the investigation into a shooting that took place on Saturday evening in Montgomery County, a road was cordoned off as part of the investigation. This was done in order to ensure that the investigation went as smoothly as possible. When it occurred in Lower Gwynedd Township, it was just before 5 o’clock in the afternoon, and it took place close to where Route 309 and Cedar Hill Road cross each other.
The police report that a shot was fired in the general vicinity as officers were responding to complaints about a disabled car that was located on the roadway. When the shot was discharged, the police were there to see it. Brand fresh information. The view from Chopper 6 revealed that in addition to the vehicles that had stopped on the shoulder of the road, there were also state policemen from the Pennsylvania State Police that had arrived at the location of the accident.
There has been no new information made available to the general public detailing the sequence of events that led up to the firing of gunfire. The section of Route 309 that normally acts as a connector between Welsh Road and Norristown Road is, as of this writing, still closed. Action News is making every effort to get any further information that may be available and will continue to do so in the future.
The Pennsylvania State Police are asking that anyone who saw what happened or who may have information about it get in touch with them as soon as possible.