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Washington DC - Police investigate after man kills wife, 18-year-old in Mount Airy

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Like everyone else the residents of Mount Airy Maryland are sheltering against the corona virus but they're also coping with a double shooting on Thursday that took the life of a mom and a promising high school athlete a statement by the town of Mount Airy so is the entire community is left reeling by the deaths of heathers who should call ski a thirty six year old mother of three and our next door neighbor eighteen year old no law homa Yanni a high school lacrosse player the Carroll County sheriff's office says the woman's estranged husband Joseph Zukowski shot his wife then the neighbor who was outside before returning to his own home in Gaithersburg where he took his own life the town says its prayers and condolences go to the families