Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Crozer-Chester: SEND VICTIMS ELSEWHERE; 3 gunned down Saturday

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DELAWARE COUNTY, Pa. (YC) – Saturday was a busy night for police in Delaware County causing Crozer-Chester Medical Center to divert patients.

Chester Police responded after shots rung out just after 11:40 p.m. at the intersection Tilghman St & W 10th St.

Police noticed a man lying in the street shot to the neck. He was immediately rushed to Crozer-Chester in critical condition.

The victim was identified as 20-year-old Naim Abdullah.

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Two other individuals made their way to Crozer-Chester’s emergency room, both with gunshot wounds to the arm.

These two victims were later identified as Dion Cobb & Jamil Richardson, both 18-years-old.

Just before midnight the hospital advised police and paramedics to divert any other patients to nearby hospitals as they were unable to accommodate more victims.

Anyone with any information concerning this incident is urged to contact Detective Brian Pot (CPD detective) @ 610-447-8431, or by e-mail @ [email protected].

A few minutes prior to this shooting, Chester’s crime scene investigator was at the scene of a Septa bus shooting just a few miles away in Brookhaven.

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