Two Men Dies In Kensington | After Quadruple Shooting

Kensington Quadruple Shooting –  Following the report of a quadruple shooting in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood  at about 11 a.m on Sunday, police have reported the demise of the 33-year-old second victim.

Upon arrival to the scene of the shooting on the 1900 block of East Somerset Street on Sunday, the police found three shooting victims which included a 38-year-old man who was fatally shot in the head but was unfortunately pronounced dead at the scene.

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The second victim passed on on Monday morning. He was a 33-year old man who was transported to the  hospital and listed in critical condition after he was shot in the back.

The third victim in his 20s was shot in the leg.

Afterwards, it was discovered of a fourth victim aged 45, who was shot in his leg and taken to Episcopal Hospital and was later transferred to Temple University Hospital. Both the 21 and 45-year-old men are currently in the hospital.

According to the investigators, at least 15 shots were fired and thankfully most properties in the area have exterior surveillance camera and so believes that it will help the police in their findings.

The description of the gunman is yet to be declared.