2nd Victim Dies in Bucks County Triple Shooting

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    Josh Johnson, 29, was killed in a shooting inside a home in Bristol, Pa.

    A second victim has died following a triple shooting inside a Bucks County home early Tuesday morning.

    Triple Shooting Leaves Man Dead

    [PHI] Triple Shooting Leaves Man Dead
    After listening to a news conference from acting Bristol Township Police Chief John Godzieba, NBC10's Matt DeLucia reports with emerging details from the scene of a triple shooting that occurred in a neighborhood early Tuesday morning. (Published Tuesday, Jul 8, 2014)

    Twenty-nine-year-old Josh Johnson died Wednesday night from injuries sustained during a shooting in his home along the quiet block of Winder Drive in Bristol Township, Pa..

    The victim, who family say was wheelchair bound since a 2006 shooting, was on life-support at Aria Torresdale Hospital in Philadelphia prior to his death.

    Bristol Police Chief Details Triple Shooting

    [PHI] Bristol Police Chief Details Triple Shooting
    NBC10 was there as Bristol township's acting Police Chief Lieutenant John Godzieba released information about a shooting early Tuesday morning that injured two and left one dead. (Published Tuesday, Jul 8, 2014)

    "He's a good guy and it's a shame. It's sad," said Johnson's friend Kendra Jones. She described him as a peacekeeper.

    Triple Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 2 Shot

    [PHI] Triple Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 2 Shot
    Police are investigating the shooting that left one person dead and two others hurt in Bristol Township, Pa. overnight. (Published Tuesday, Jul 8, 2014)

    The shooting took place just after 1 a.m. on Tuesday.

    Tyrone Moss, 24, of Levittown, Pa., also died in the shooting. Bristol Township Police Acting Chief John Godzieba says both men were shot in the head.

    Godzieba said the third man, identified as 24-year-old Lamell Duffy, of Levittown, Pa., was also taken to Aria. He's listed in stable condition with a gunshot wound to the back.

    Duffy was able to run from the house after being shot and go to a neighbor's home, according to police. The chief said that was the first report of any disturbances in the neighborhood.

    Police tell NBC10 that they have finished processing the crime scene, but have not elaborated on whether a weapon was located or if they've identified a suspect.