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Police Report Quadruple Sh*oting That Left One Teen De@d and Two Others Hurt

Teens Injured in Quadruple Shooting

Teens Injured in Quadruple Shooting

Four people were sh*t in Philadelphia on Thursday evening; one youngster was m*rdered and two others, including a little boy, were injured, according to police. At 5:54 p.m., sh*ts were fired in the 5900 block of North 21st Street.

Four boys, ages 7, 16, and 15, and one kid, age 17, were sh*t; the 15-year-old was shot four times (twice in the head and once in the back). The number of gunfire, according to the police, was 23. The four casualties were all sent to local hospitals.

Nazeem Anthony Rains, 17, was declared de@d at 6:09 p.m., Said his grandmother. The conditions of the remaining three v!ctims are described as stable. The youngster, aged 7, was going down the street when he was hit by a stray bullet, according to the police and NBC10.

Teens Injured in Quadruple Shooting 

Yolanda Rains, Yolanda’s grandson, informed NBC10 that he went to Philadelphia Learning Academy. “They broke my heart,” Rains said. “I’m never going to be the same.” According to Rains, her grandson was on his way to the store when the incident took place.

“He had just walked to the store to go get something and then we heard 15 shots and then they say my baby was laying out there on the ground de@d,” she said. “They k!lled him.” Rains claimed that her grandson was planning to leave Philadelphia and join the Job Corps in order to get away from the city’s violence.

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“My grandson didn’t deserve this,” she said. “He just turned 17. He didn’t deserve that at all. He didn’t. He didn’t. He was a good kid.” So far, neither weapons nor suspects have been apprehended. No suspect descriptions have been made public by the police.

One of the youngsters, police say, may have been the intended v!ctim. “At this point it looks like one of the juveniles that was struck may also have been in possession of a firearm,” Philadelphia Police First Deputy Commissioner John Stanford stated. We haven’t been able to verify that yet.

The following tweet provides confirmation of the news:

There were two sh*otings on Thursday night in Philadelphia, of which this was one. At 7:38 p.m., three people were sh*t in the 4800 block of Tackawanna Street. Three people were sh*t: a woman in her 60s, a woman in her 56s who was shot twice in the thighs, and a man in his 39s who was sh*t in the hip.

In critical condition, the three v!ctims were transported to the hospital. Neither the sh*oter nor their we@pons have been located.

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