After a shooting at the Pennsylvania bar ‘Woodpeckers,’ a worker dies: ‘A horrible nightmare.’


After a shooting at the Pennsylvania bar ‘Woodpeckers,’ a worker dies: ‘A horrible nightmare.’

One worker was killed and customers say they are lucky to be alive after a man in his 60s opened fire in a Pennsylvania bar.

The shooting occurred late Saturday night at Woodpecker’s Pub and Grub in Upper Burrell, Westmoreland County, according to KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh.

Randy Jenereaux, a Woodpecker’s employee, was shot in the incident and later died, according to KDKA.

“This was a horrible nightmare for all our customers and workers,” Woodpeckers wrote on the closed door.

Our hearts break for Randy, our coworker, and his family.”

According to witnesses, there was no warning before the shooting.


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Customers were thrown to the ground by bullets before a man tackled the gunman, whose identity was not immediately revealed.

According to KDKA, the suspect, a man in his 60s, is in police custody.

A sister took Jenereaux to the hospital, but he died there.

Amber Jenereaux is quoted by KDKA as saying:

“My brother was vivacious and could make anyone laugh.

He’d hand over his backside to you.

My brother is not a confrontational person, and separating him from his family was a selfish act.”

According to KDKA, there was no arguing or any type of altercation before the man began shooting.

The family of a man shot inside an Upper Burrell bar on Saturday night says he died. https:t.coDhyYIIq2jY

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