Philadelphia Police say a drive-by shooting on a North Philly corner left four people injured on Sunday night. According to a report from 6 ABC, the shooting took place on North Darien & West Clearfield Streets at around 7 p.m.
Philadelphia Police Inspector, DF Pace, said a gunman opened fire from inside of a dark colored SUV that sped past the corner at a high rate of speed. Pace described it as “an unleashing of bullets” being sprayed from the vehicle at the people on the corner.
Four victims (all in their 20’s) were reportedly struck in their legs and upper bodies. The four victims were all rushed to Temple Hospital, where they were all last listed in stable condition. Police said at least 19 shots were fired, some were as far away as a block from where the group were standing. No arrests have been made in the shooting yet.