PHILADELPHIA, P.A. (NORTH PHILLY/FAIRMOUNT)
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Philadelphia Police said a Lyft driver was shot at and suffered a graze wound this morning in North Philly. 6 ABC ACTION NEWS, reported that the incident happened at 24th & Poplar Street at around 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning in the Fairmount section of the city.
A Lyft driver was reportedly parked on the block, waiting for a customer to arrive for their trip, when his car was hit with a barrage of bullets. The Lyft driver drove himself to police headquarters after the shooting. Police reported that the Lyft driver arrived at headquarters with more than 12 bullet holes in the vehicle. The passenger windows and front windshield were also hit by gunfire. A car allegedly pulled up alongside the Lyft driver and open fired from the car.
No arrests have been made yet, but police say they are searching for a white Chevy Impala with at least four passengers, that was seen fleeing the scene of the crime.