Police investigate shooting along I-81 in Franklin County
State police are on the scene of a shooting along Interstate 81 south in Franklin County. 911 dispatchers received the call around 7 a.m. Sunday for a report of a shooting along I-81 south near mile marker 18 in Greene Township, police said.
There does not appear to be any injuries related to this shooting, said Trooper Robert Hicks, a state police spokesman.
There is no word yet on any suspects.
I-81 south is closed between Exit 20 and Exit 17. All southbound traffic must exit the interstate at Exit 20.
Detours are in place to help drivers navigate around the scene.
Motorists should expect delays throughout the morning as authorities continue their investigation.
State police say this incident is not related to the Jan. 4 homicide that claimed the life of 28-year-old Timothy Davison, of Poland, Maine.
Davison was driving along I-81 in Antrim Township when he was shot multiple times and killed.
All southbound traffic must exit the Interstate at Exit 20. Red detour signs have been installed to direct you along this detour route. At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Pa 997 South. Follow Pa 997 south 5.2 miles to the traffic signal at US 30. Turn right onto US 30 west, and continue on US 30 west for 6.4 miles. The entrance ramp for Interstate 81 at Exit 16 will be on your left. Repeating, Interstate 81 South is closed between Exits 20 and 17. Follow the red detour signs at Exit 20.