A 71-year-old man and his grandson were shot at a petrol station in Philadelphia on Saturday night, and authorities are currently investigating the incident. The incident occurred at a gas station on the corner of 61st Street and Passyunk Avenue at approximately 5:30 p.m. The victims, according to the police, were sitting in a white Nissan when they were shot.
The grandfather, aged 71, was the vehicle’s driver when he was shot in the leg. He was in critical condition when he arrived at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. The young youngster, aged 5, was shot in the shoulder while sitting in his car seat. He is currently in stable condition at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where he was transported after the accident.
According to investigators, the third passenger in the vehicle fired back before making his getaway. It’s unclear if he suffered any harm. On 61st Street, you can find shell casings all the way around the block. Two shooters, according to the police. According to the police, 49 bullets have been tallied. High-powered rifle and handgun bullets are used.
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Although the police have not yet determined a motive for the shooting, preliminary evidence suggests that at least some of the victims in the Nissan were intended targets. There have been no reported arrests.
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