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Above: Police found a gun and arrested one man after a shooter opened fire on police officers following an attempted traffic stop in West Philadelphia early Thursday, according to officials.
At top of page: Police gathered evidence at the scene after two men were struck in a shooting late Thursday night on West Cumberland Street near 11th Street in the Hartranft section of Philadelphia.
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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