Philadelphia Police Department is currently investigating a tragic incident of a quadruple homicide in the city, Your Content is learning.
Shortly before 9 p.m., a shooting erupted on the 5700 block of Warrington Avenue in Philadelphia’s Kingsessing neighborhood. As officers arrived at the scene, they noted that the suspect was still firing.
Preliminary details indicate that the unidentified shooter has been apprehended by the police on-site.
Tragically, the shooting has resulted in the deaths of at least four individuals, including two juveniles.
The victims were rushed to the hospital by private vehicle where all four were pronounced dead shortly thereafter.
What’s more, more victims were reportedly transported to nearby hospitals.
The Philadelphia Police Department is actively investigating the circumstances surrounding this incident.
At this time, no further information about the suspect or the motives behind the shooting has been released. The investigation is ongoing, and updates will be provided as more details emerge.
This is a developing story, and further updates will be provided as more information becomes available, Your Content reports.
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