Deadly explosion in Pennsylvania now ruled a murder-suicide

In Allentown, Pennsylvania, a deadly explosion is now being stated as a murder-suicide as federal agents say Jacob Schmoyer intentionally blew up the car trying to kill 2-year old son and a friend.
0:21 | 10/05/18

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The index of other news and police are now revealing the cause of that deadly car explosion in Allentown Pennsylvania federal agency the father Jacob should more or intentionally blew up the car killing himself. And his two year old son and another man sending four letters to family and police before he did this the letters now arriving saying he was unhappy about life he confessed to some crimes. He said he intended to take his victims we've him.

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