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A rambling note was found in the car of a man with self-inflicted stab wounds after he drove into an SUV early Wednesday in Philadelphia, killing three people.
Keith Campbell, 29, of Delaware, appeared to have stabbed himself about 20 times before the wreck about 1.45am near Citizens Bank Park, where the Philadelphia Phillies play.
Witnesses - Police - Campbell - Median - Traffic
Witnesses told police Campbell crossed the median into opposing traffic while speeding, then struck an SUV carrying four people, killing three of them and critically injuring the fourth.
The three people killed at the scene were identified as newly-engaged couple Joseph Ferry, 36 and Kelly Wiseley, 35.
Dennis - Palandro - Wife - Pelvis - Injuries
Dennis Palandro, 31, was also killed and his wife suffered a broken pelvis and other injuries and is in critical condition.
As of Wednesday afternoon police had been unable to interview Campbell, who was taken to the hospital and remained in critical condition, to confirm his wounds were self-inflicted.
Campbell - Charges - Connection - Deaths - Knife
Campbell is facing criminal charges in connection with the three deaths. A knife was found his vehicle that was 'covered in blood,' according to NBC 10.
He has been charged with three counts of homicide by vehicle, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and possession of an instrument of crime.
Mark - Overwise - Philadelphia - Police - Department
'It's highly unusual, I've never seen it before,' Mark Overwise of the Philadelphia Police Department said during a press conference on Wednesday.
The four victims were returning home after a...
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