VIOLENT TUESDAY IN PHILLY LEAVES 2 DEAD, 5 INJURED, INCLUDING A 14-YEAR OLD

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

Multiple shootings across the city left two people dead and five more people injured, following Tuesday’s violence, according to an article from 6ABC News.

Police say at least 37 shots were fired in the city’s Brewerytown section around 10:30 pm. Officers arrived on scene, to find a man who had been shot several times near the intersection of 26th Street & Montgomery Avenue. No word was given on the name or condition of the victim.

In another shooting on Tuesday, a 14-year old male was shot multiple times on the 2100 block of N. 18th Street. This shooting happened around 9:15pm. The 14-year old was rushed to a hospital, where he was last listed in critical condition.

A third shooting on Tuesday night, left a 47-year old man dead. The shooting happened around 8:30pm, on the 400 block of Busil Street. Police say the unidentified man suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the chest.

On Tuesday night, shortly after 8pm, a 28-year old man was shot in the thigh on the 5000 block of Germantown Avenue. He was last listed in stable condition. In another shooting, just minutes before the Germantown Avenue shooting, an unidentified man was killed after being shot multiple times on Lee Street.

On Tuesday afternoon at around 4:13 pm, a 20-year old male was shot in the ankle on the 300 block of E. Somerset. Less than an hour before that shooting, a 19-year old male was rushed to the hospital after being shot at 57th & Spruce Streets. This shooting happened around 3:30pm. That man was last listed in critical condition.

No arrests have been made in any of the shootings.

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