Sunday, November 29, 2020
Sunday, November 29, 2020

Police swarm Yeadon area after off-duty Philly sheriff shot in the back

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Police are swarming the 1300 block of Alfred Avenue in Yeadon, Delaware County for reports of an off-duty officer down, Your Content can report.

The gunfire erupted sometime just after 10 p.m. Tuesday night when police received a 911 call for reports of shots fired and an off-duty officer down.

Police tell us the deputy suffered from at-least one gunshot wound to the back. He was taken to nearby Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in unknown condition.

Just minutes later police received a second 911 call on the 1900 block of MacDade Blvd for reports of a gunshot victim at Lukoil Service Station.

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When police arrived, they found one victim with a gunshot wound. Medics were asked to expedite and the victim was subsequently rushed to a nearby hospital. Police also believe there is a second victim from the gas station who has not sought out medical treatment.

The suspect involving in the second shooting is described to be driving a black Chrysler 300 wearing all gray with a gray hoodie. The suspects remain at large and there is no indication that the two shootings are related and no description on the first suspect was immediately available.

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