Drive-by Shooting Injures 4: Police

Two people are in critical condition. Police say a least 14 shots were fired

By Lauren DiSanto
|  Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012  |  Updated 11:58 AM EDT
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The shooting happened late Monday night. Police say all four victims are in their early 20s. Two are in critical condition. Police tell NBC10's Marisa Brahney the only description of the car they have is that it was a red or burgundy vehicle.

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The shooting happened late Monday night. Police say all four victims are in their early 20s. Two are in critical condition. Police tell NBC10's Marisa Brahney the only description of the car they have is that it was a red or burgundy vehicle.

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Four people are at Einstein Hospital after being shot late Monday night on the 900 block of East Price Street in Germantown.

Police are calling it a drive-by shooting and say at least 14 shots were fired from three different guns.

"We had at least 25 residents that were outside on their porches, out enjoying the weather. Fortunately there weren't more individuals struck by gunfire, but this was still a quadruple shooting," said Chief Inspector Scott Small, Philadelphia Police.

The victim are all in their early 20s. Two are in critical condition.

Police tell NBC10 the only description of the car they have is that it was a red or burgundy vehicle.

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