Man accused of shooting Pa. state troopers to stand trial

A man accused of shooting at two Pennsylvania state troopers will stand trial.

Daniel Clary has been deemed competent enough to face a judge on attempted homicide and related charges.

Trooper Ryan Seiple and Corporal Seth Kelly pulled over the 22-year old in Plainfield Township Nov. 7.

They were arresting him for driving under the influence when Clary started shooting.

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Corporal Kelly was hit multiple times, leaving him critically injured. He spent several weeks recovering in the hospital.

Officials said he may have saved his own life by applying a tourniquet on his wounded leg before paramedics arrived. Clary was also shot several times.

Defense attorney Janet Jackson said at Friday's hearing in Northampton County that she doesn't anticipate offering a mental health defense at trial.