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On Philadelphia’s Broad Street Line of Septa, a Man Was Fatally Shot Multiple Times
According to Philadelphia police, a man was fatally shot on a SEPTA train on the Broad Street Line on Monday afternoon. The incident took place in the Francisville neighborhood of the city at around 2:40 p.m. close to Broad Street and Fairmount Avenue.
According to authorities, the victim, who is thought to be in his 20s, was shot 11 times in total. Become a sponsor of WHYY and help us thank our sponsors! Police in Philadelphia is looking for the shooters who killed nine people in Kensington.
According to the police, the shooters fired roughly 40 rounds after getting out of a black car that was parked in the middle of the street. Two individuals got into a fight before the event, according to the police. One of the males produced a gun and started shooting.
BSL: Police activity has cleared and southbound local service has resumed at Fairmount Station. Expect residual delays.
— SEPTA (@SEPTA) November 7, 2022
When the victim arrived at Temple University Hospital, he quickly passed away. According to authorities, a 16-year-old was also shot in the arm. No information on any suspects or arrests was available right away. Online tools and grief assistance are available if gun violence in Philadelphia has affected you or someone you love.
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