Aussie Twins Shot in Head at Colo. Firing Range

Investigators trying to determine which sister died
By Mary Papenfuss,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 17, 2010 2:17 AM CST
Aussie Twins Shot in Head at Colo. Firing Range
No suicide note was found at the scene.   (?Marcin Wichary)

Australian twins have been shot in the head in a mysterious Colorado firing range shooting. One was killed and the other seriously injured. The 29-year-old women are in the country on cultural exchange visas. Investigators are trying to determine which twin died; her sister isn't yet able to talk. Detectives aren't sure who fired the gun or guns, or whether the same bullet hit both sisters. The twins, who had taken a taxi to the range, had been there for more than an hour when they were shot. No suicide note was found, AP reports.
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