Medics pronounced a 28-year-old man dead at the scene after he was shot multiple times, shortly after 9 p.m. Sunday on Forrest Avenue near Andrews Avenue in the West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia.
Just before 9 p.m. Sunday, medics rushed a 17-year-old to Hahnemann University Hospital after he was shot on North 11th Street near West Thompson Street in North Philadelphia. NBC10 reported that the teen was in critical condition with a stomach wound.
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At the Gun Crisis Reporting Project, we followed reports of 10 earlier weekend shooting victims in Philadelphia:
• Three men wounded Friday afternoon
• Teen among five new Philadelphia shooting victims
• Shooting victim reported in Frankford
• Man shot Sunday afternoon in Germantown
Breaking Monday: Latest incident
An 18-year-old man was shot in the foot just after 1 a.m. Monday on Glenmore Avenue near Island Avenue in the Eastwick section of Southwest Philadelphia. Medics rushed him to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was listed in stable condition.
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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