One Critical, Two Stable After South Philadelphia Shooting Incident

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Police say a Friday night shooting in South Philadelphia left three people wounded.

Authorities say the incident took place at around 11 p.m. Friday night on the 2400 block of Morris Street. Police are not sure of what led to the shooting. The victims, all male, are 14, 20, and 43-years-old.

Police say the 14-year-old was shot in the foot and the 43-year-old was shot twice in the back. Both are in stable condition. The 20-year-old victim had multiple gunshot wounds and is in critical condition. All are at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Authorities say no arrests have been made.

Reported by Tim Jimenez, KYW Newsradio

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One Comment

  1. Primetime Editorials says:

    at the rate we are going we will all be dead by dec 21 2012
    so sad
    whos next
    me, you, your cousin

  2. Hater says:

    “Police are not sure of what led to the shooting” I’m beginning to think it doesn’t really matter. Have gun, must shoot someone. ASAP

  3. Guess Who says:

    The usual supects, I presume?

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