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Alan Hannah, 68, of Great Broughton, told the Whitehaven News: "A car pulled up on the left, stopping at the lights.
"I saw a man with a large shotgun and his windscreen was smashed.
Mr Purdham, a farmer's son, was in his early 30s with two young children, according to neighbours.
He played for Workington Town Rugby League Football Club, whose chairman, David Bowden, paid tribute to a man who was "honest and industrious" on and off the pitch.
As he began his first Prime Minister's Questions today, David Cameron said the House of Commons would be "alarmed and shocked by the events unfolding in Cumbria" where at least five people had died in the shootings.
He said: "When lives and communities are suddenly shattered in this way, our thoughts should be with all those caught up in these tragic events, especially the families and friends of those killed or injured." The Rev John Bannister, from St James Church in Whitehaven, said it was "an awful time" for the town.
The vicar of Eskdale, the Rev Anne Baker, said she heard that two people had a lucky escape when they approached him after the collision to see if they could help.
She said police were tracing the gunman's route to the wood where he apparently shot himself, hoping not to find any more victims.
"I went outside and saw the body of the woman lying outside my house." Another Egremont resident said she saw the body of a man, thought to be in his 60s, lying on a road bridge in the town.
Bird crashed and dumped his car at the Boot Inn, continuing on foot into the woods where his body was found.
He said: "We are still reeling from the disaster with the Keswick school bus.
The majority of children on that bus were from here in Whitehaven and surrounding villages and to be faced with this in such a short time is truly dreadful." Local MP Jamie Reed said the community was "exceptionally close-knit". "It's the kind of place where you can leave your door open, so it's the kind of thing that really does shake the very foundations." Three people were in a critical condition in hospital, sources said.