Tuesday, September 23, 2014

'Innocent' teen gunned down near Philly hospital

Cops investigate the scene of the shooting.
A 15-year-old girl who cops describe as an "innocent bystander" was gunned down near a Philadelphia hospital. 
After being struck in the torso the youngster managed to run about half a block before she collapsed on the curb outside the Einstein Hospital's main entrance. She was later pronounced dead.   
Cops said that she was with a with a large crowd of teens when a fight broke out. A gunman described as a "teenager, possibly 17-years-old" then fired several shots. 
Three bullets also struck a 19-year-old man, leaving him critically injured. Again cops said he had nothing to do with the fight. He is also being treated the hospital.
Five teens have been arrested in connection with the killing, but so far no charges have been laid. 

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