Triple Shooting At Shopping Center Parking Lot Leaves 2 Dead

2 Dead in Bucks Co. Shopping Center Shooting – NBC 10 Philadelphia

A shooting occurred outside a popular Upper Southampton bar late Friday night. Police in Bucks County are investigating a shooting in the parking lot of Steam Pub in Upper Southampton Township around 11:30 Friday night.

Police received numerous calls reporting several people were shot in the parking lot of a business in Upper Southampton, according to a Bucks County District Attorney press release. One person identified himself as the shooter and remained on scene until police arrived, the release said.

The shooting at a Bucks County pub left two men dead and one person injured, police said. The third victim was taken to the hospital but is expected to survive and continue on their road to recovery. The coroner identified the victims as 28-year-old Ray Farrell and 30-year-old Steve Panebianco.

The shooting happened outside the pub on Second Street Pike in Upper Southampton Township on Friday night. The pub was closed Saturday evening and flowers were placed in the parking lot.

Family and friends of the two men killed say this could have been prevented. Police found a gun in the parking lot, and are asking anyone with information to contact them.

Police have not said what led to the shooting, but are hoping surveillance video will help them find answers. People who loved Farrell and Panebianco said they need more answers.

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