AT LEAST 3 KILLED ACROSS THE CITY AFTER ANOTHER VIOLENT NIGHT IN PHILLY

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

Multiple shootings across the city left at least three people dead. Multiple others were injured in gunfire on Thursday night. Here’s a list of some of the shootings on Thursday.

One man was killed, and a 14-year old male was injured in a double shooting in North Philly on Thursday evening. The shooting happened on the 900 block of Cambridge Street at around 5:50 pm. Police say the 28-year old man was shot multiple times throughout the body. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. The 14-year old was shot twice in the arm and twice in the chest. He was last reported in stable condition.

In West Oak Lane, a 25-year old man was shot in the neck and killed on the 1500 block of West 65th Avenue, at around 3:45 pm. on Thursday afternoon.

In North Philly, a 23-year old man was shot 7 times, including once in the head. The 23-year old man was killed at around 6:15 pm, on the 900 block of North 11th Street.

In North Philly, another double shooting left a 21-year old man in critical condition. The shooting happened at 20th & York Streets, at around 6:15 pm. Police say the 21-year old was was shot five times and was last reported in critical condition. An 18-year old man was shot once in the foot. He was last reported in stable condition.

In Hunting Park, a 20-year old woman was critically injured in a shooting on the 4000 block of Old York Road at around 5:30 pm. The woman was shot once in the neck, once in the side, and twice in the back. She was last reported in critical condition.

-courtesy CBS 3 PHILLY

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