SHENANGO TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — An early morning double shooting in Lawrence County left one man dead and another man recovering at the hospital.

Pennsylvania State Troopers said the shooting happened inside a Shenango Township home early Wednesday morning.

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KDKA’s cameras rolled as a forensics team processed the crime scene for more than nine hours.

Tpr. James Long released the names of the victims around 10 a.m. Wednesday.

According to Tpr. Long, 23-year-old Brian Eisenhuth died inside the home along Bryson Mill Road. First responders rushed Ronald Lantz Jr., 24, to the hospital with injuries. His condition is unknown.

Police did not release any suspect information or comment on if anyone was taken into custody overnight.

“The public should be aware that there was an incident and we’re hoping to get to the bottom of it sooner rather than later,” said Tpr. Long. “But this type of incident, it pretty much would shake anybody up in the area, especially this area because it was a pretty quiet neighborhood.”

Orange flares and police cruisers blocked off Bryson Mill Road in both directions as detectives gathered at the end of a long, gravel driveway. Detectives were seen taking pictures of a parked white pick-up truck in the drive way.

“At this time it’s still very early, we’re still working on trying to gather as much information as possible,” said Tpr. Long. “As far as where the shots were fired, that still has not been exactly determined.”

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Tpr. Long also said he cannot yet say why the two men were inside the home, or what happened in the moments leading up to the shooting. Those details will be released later on in the investigation.

Meghan Schiller