Pennsylvania state trooper recovering from bullet wound, suspect in custody

The Pittsburgh officer's injuries are not life-threatening

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A Pennsylvania state trooper was recovering from a gunshot wound after the trooper was shot during a struggle with a suspect early Friday, authorities said.

Two troopers observed a distburance on the sidewalk outside the Franklin Mini-Mart, state police said. As the troopers approached, a suspect ran into the store and the troopers followed.

According to state police, a struggle ensued and the suspect opened fire, wounding one of the troopers in a lower extremity.

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A Pennsylvania state trooper was shot after a suspect open fired on two officers. The troopers' injuries are not life-threatening.

A Pennsylvania state trooper was shot after a suspect open fired on two officers. The troopers' injuries are not life-threatening.

The trooper was taken to a hospital in Pittsburgh. His condition has not been released, but the injury is not considered life-threatening. Officials have not released the name of the trooper, who is assigned to the Beaver Barracks.

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Authorities took Damian Bradford, 41, of Pittsburgh, into custody. There was no word on charges.