2 Persons Are Killed By Gunfire During A Violent Night In Philadelphia

Police report that after a tumultuous night in Philadelphia, at least six people were shot and two of them are now dead.

In four different shooting incidents, police are hunting for suspects.

The most recent incident took place close to the 700 block of Lindbergh Boulevard in Southwest Philadelphia.

According to investigators, three suspects pulled up to a sedan about 2 a.m. on Saturday and fired at least 20 shots at the driver.

According to authorities, the victim, a 38-year-old man, passed away at the site. Police are looking for the suspects who are accountable.

The identify of the victim has not been made public.

Following a gunshot in Philadelphia’s Frankford neighborhood, another individual passed away. About 10:30 p.m. on Friday, police were summoned to the area around Bridge Street and Torresdale Avenue due to reports of a gunman.

Police reported finding a 37-year-old guy who had been shot many times at the location. He was taken to the hospital and later declared dead.

Police have not yet named the victim or made any arrests.

A 41-year-old guy who was shot in South Philadelphia is in critical condition. It occurred on Friday just before midnight close to Snyder Avenue and 17th Street.

Authorities continue to look for a suspect.

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Eventually, according to authorities, a triple shooting in West Philly resulted in the firing of more than twenty shots.

Around 12:15 a.m. on Saturday, the Action Cam was on the scene near 40th Street between Poplar and West Girard avenues.

One victim, a 28-year-old guy, had multiple abdominal gunshot wounds. A 23-year-old man was another casualty who received a single chest shot. According to the police, the third victim is a John Doe who was also shot many times in the abdomen.

All three victims were brought by a private vehicle to Presbyterian Hospital.

In this case, police have not made any arrests.

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