Two caught in North Philly crossfire

Mother and son wounded in crossfire

A 36-year-old woman and her 15-year-old son were both reported in stable condition after they were struck by stray bullets during a drive-by shooting.

Storified by #GunCrisis · Sun, May 06 2012 23:01:35

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Joe Kaczmarek covered the scene, above and at bottom, for GunCrisis.org.
According to @morganzalot @phillydailynews: “Police said a maroon two-door car pulled up on Parrish Street near 10th just after 6:30 p.m. and its occupants began firing at a group of people standing on the block, who then returned fire at the car.”
Mother and son wounded in crossfire during North Philly shootingA mother and her son were recovering from gunshot wounds Sunday night after cops say they were caught in the crossfire of a drive-by shoo…
CBS Philly reports: “The victims were rushed to Hahnemann University hospital. As they waited for updates, family members identified them as 38-year-old Kia Rogers who police say was shot in the leg and 15-year-old Dykeem Rogers, who police say was shot in the back.”
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Mom, Son Shot in Northern Libs: CopsA mother and son are in the hospital after a shooting in Northern Liberties. It happened Sunday night on the 800 block of North 10th Stre…
According to NBCPhiladelphia: “No arrests have been made. Police continue to investigate.”
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