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NEWBURGH, N.Y. -- Police release new details in Saturday's stabbing and shooting in Newburgh that killed two people.
Officials were called to 37 Mountanview Avenue on Saturday for reports of a bloodied man. After arriving to the scene, they found Bruce Montanya, 61, suffering from multiple stab wounds. Inside the mobile home, officers found Rebecca Winters, 36, with a gunshot wound. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
A third person was discovered at the home next door. Bertha Williams, 78, was found dead from multiple stab wounds.
Officers say Winters asked to borrow money from Montanya and Williams, but an argument broke out due to debt owed by Winters. After the argument, Winters started stabbing Montanya with a knife, and stabbed Williams when she tried to intervene.
Both Montanya and Williams attempted to exit the trailer. He was able to flag down a driver near the side of the road. Meanwhile, Williams made it to the neighbor's house, but collapsed on the front steps.
Officers say Winters turned a shotgun on herself just before they arrived to the scene.
Montanya remains hospitalized at Westchester Medical Center.