The son of a man believed to have shot and killed his wife before turning the gun on himself was found dead Wednesday at a South Jersey home.
The body of 35-year-old Ryan Wychowanec was found inside his parents' home in Glendora, New Jersey, police said.
Earlier in the day, the man's father, Raymond Wychowanec, 63, had entered Kennedy University Hospital's Stratford Campus on East Laurel Road in Stratford around 9:25 a.m. to visit his 62-year-old wife, Denise, according to police.
She was dead less than an hour later.
The man fired two shots around 10:10 a.m., killing his wife, police said. He then turned the gun on himself inside the hospital room, according to Camden County Prosecutor's Office spokesman Jason Laughlin.
The woman died while her husband was treated for his injuries at Cooper University Hospital, according to authorities. He is currently in critical condition.
Police investigating those shootings discovered the other victim shot to death inside the Wychowanecs' home on the 800 block of Price Avenue in Glendora. That victim was later identified as the couple's 35-year-old son Ryan.
Police are currently analyzing evidence to confirm whether the two shootings are related.
Hospital officials said the alleged shooter's wife was at Kennedy for a non-life threatening illness, but declined to provide further detail, citing privacy laws.
The hospital wasn't evacuated, since the shooting was considered contained.
According to neighbors, Raymond Wychowanec recently sold another home to pay for his wife's medical bills.
"One time I had to actually call 911," said Erica Carr, one of the neighbors. "His wife was in there screaming and he wasn't home. He must've been working. She actually fell inside the house."