TIOGA COUNTY— A Pennsylvania State Trooper was wounded by gunfire at a home in Nelson Township Tuesday afternoon, according to WNEP-TV.
The trooper was conducting a welfare check on Barney Hill Road, near Elkland, around 12:30 p.m. when the person in the home opened fire at the members of the patrol, according to state police.
One trooper was hit and was flown to a hospital, where he was conscious and alert. The trooper is receiving treatment for his injuries and is in stable condition.
Another trooper is being treated for a possible broken leg sustained while seeking cover from gunfire, state police say.