Six men were shot early Sunday morning in five separate incidents reported in Kensington, Queen Village, Tioga, North Philadelphia and Southwest Philadelphia.
At least a dozen people have now been shot in in the city over each of the last four weekends, including six that we reported yesterday.
Last night, a 37-year-old man was reported in stable condition at Einstein Medical Center after he was shot in the abdomen just after midnight in the area of Westmoreland and Fox Streets in the Tioga section of the city.
Medics rushed a 21-year-old man to Jefferson University Hospital after he was shot multiple times at about 1:30 a.m. at 2nd and South Streets, where the Society Hill and Queen Village sections of the city come together.
A 25-year-old woman and a 19-year-old man were rushed by medics to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where they were reported with wounds to their lower extremities after a shooting incident reported shortly before 2 a.m. on South Dewey Street, near Lindbergh Boulevard and South 61st Street in Southwest Philadelphia.
A 16-year-old boy was reported in stable condition after he was shot in the shoulder at about 2:45 a.m. Sunday on East Somerset Street near Tulip Street in Kensington.
Police rushed a shooting victim to Temple University Hospital, where he was in critical condition following an incident about 5:45 Sunday morning on Cambria Street near 11th Street in North Philadelphia. 6ABC reports that the victim was struck multiple times, according to police.
Last weekend, one man was killed and four more were wounded in Friday night shootings reported across Philadelphia. Temple University reported another shooting incident near the main campus early Sunday morning. And shooting incidents left six men wounded across the city in the span of six hours Sunday night.
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