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Man kills brother then takes own life

Police say a man shot his brother to death in New Haven, then drove to their parents’ home in Westport and fatally shot himself. New Haven police say 45-year-old Gordon Swisha was shot several times in his car in the parking lot of his architectural lighting business, Electrix Inc., shortly before 8 a.m. Monday. Police said in a statement later that Swisha’s 44-year-old brother, Daniel Swisha of Woodbridge, then drove to Westport and took his own life less than an hour later. Police said Gordon Swisha owned the business. (AP)

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