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Two dead in apparent murder-suicide in Braxton County

SUTTON, W.Va. — Authorities in Braxton County believe a shooting that left two people dead to be a murder-suicide.

Authorities in their initial investigation of the shooting said the situation began as a domestic violence incident.

West Virginia State Police said Lorelei King, 41, and Leo Raymond King, 63, were found on a porch in critical condition at a Edgewood Acres residence in Sutton

It was described in a news release from the state police that the two had been shot and first responders provided first aid at the scene. They both later died from their injuries.

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