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Four People Shot In Overbrook

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Police are at the scene of a quadruple shooting in the Overbrook section of West Philadelphia.

It happened at around 6:06pm at 1400 N. 60th St. The first victim was shot in both feet. The second victim, a 27-year-old male was shot one time in his right foot. He was taken to Lakenau Hospital for his injuries.

The third victim, a 26-year-old man, is listed in stable condition at Lakenau Hospital.

The fourth victim is being treated for gunshot wounds in the lower thigh at Lakenau Hospital.

Officials are still on the scene investigating what led to the shooting. No word on any arrest related to this crime.

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