On The Broad Street Line of SEPTA: A Man Is Shot Eleven Times On Moving Train!

On SEPTA’s Broad Street Line in Philadelphia’s Spring Garden neighborhood on Monday afternoon, a shooter shot and killed a man 11 times and wounded a teenager in the arm.

On The Broad Street Line of SEPTA: A Man Is Shot Eleven Times On Moving Train!

Man shot multiple times, killed on SEPTA's Broad Street Line in  Philadelphia - 6abc Philadelphia

A 21-year-old guy, according to the police, boarded the train at the intersection of Broad Street and Olney Avenue at 2:42 p.m. A few minutes later, at the intersection of Broad Street and Susquehanna Avenue, an unnamed suspect boarded the train.

Both males can be seen fighting on the train, captured on security tape. The man then produced a firearm and began firing at the police.

Shot eleven times, the 21-year-old male suffered extensive bodily damage. The left arm of a 16-year-old youngster on the train was shot once, as well.

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After being picked up by police near the intersection of Broad Street and Fairmount Avenue, the 21-year-old was taken to Temple University Hospital, where he was declared dead at 3:03 p.m.

At Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, the 16-year-old boy is listed as stable. In the eyes of the police, the teen was just another onlooker.

According to the police, there were 12 people on the train when the incident occurred. The police think robbery was the driving factor.

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Captain Jason Smith of the Philadelphia Police Department said, “He was wearing a medical mask at the time of the shooting.” “The [victim’s] pockets appear to have been searched at some point during the confrontation. After he shoots him, this happens.”

In total, 14 spent shot casings were discovered on the train, the vast majority of which were from the suspect’s weapon. Nonetheless, police have stated that it is conceivable the victim fired shots from his own gun, which was located at the site.

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