first_imgIt was a typical Friday night commute for off-duty nurse, Paula Langer, until she encountered a woman at a Woodland gas station who had been shot in the face, and she sprang into action to save her life.Langer was one of about a dozen people who testified Thursday for the prosecution’s case during Brent Luyster’s triple aggravated murder trial in Clark County Superior Court. Luyster’s mother, Susan Dvorak, and Paul Sibley, the father of Luyster’s girlfriend, Andrea Sibley, also testified.Langer’s testimony further revealed how Breanne L.A. Leigh, who was allegedly shot by Luyster at a Woodland-area home, sought help for her injuries.Luyster also stands accused of fatally shooting Joseph Mark Lamar, 38; Lamar’s partner, Janell Renee Knight, 43; and Leigh’s partner, Zachary David Thompson, 36, at Lamar’s home southeast of Woodland.Langer testified Thursday afternoon that she left her work in Gresham, Ore., about 6:30 p.m. July 15, 2016, and drove to Vancouver to go grocery shopping. She headed home to Clatskanie, Ore., afterward but stopped in Woodland, as was usual, to fuel up.last_img read more