Chinatown shooting incident leaves man critically wounded Saturday night

Saigon Therapy Salon ShootingInvestigators gather outside the Saigon Therapy Salon in the Chinatown section of Philadelphia after a man was critically wounded by gunfire late Saturday night. Photographs for the GunCrisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.

Saigon Therapy Salon ShootingAccording to police, the victim was shot once in the face, just below his eye, after being involved in a confrontation with a group of men inside.

Medics took the wounded man to Jefferson University Hospital, where he was listed in extremely critical condition, police said.

Investigators were reviewing security camera footage, according to 6ABC.

As we previously reported, four men and a 16-year-old boy were shot in separate incidents Saturday and overnight in Philadelphia. One man was shot to death and five more were wounded, three of them critically, in separate incidents reported from late Friday morning into the early hours of Saturday morning in Philadelphia.

Slideshow: Passersby pause as police investigate Chinatown shooting scene. Photographs for the GunCrisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.[slideshow_deploy id=’13989′]

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