Two men died and a woman was wounded following a triple shooting at a West Philadelphia home Sunday morning.
Officers arrived outside the row home on the 1100 block of S. Ruby Street in the Kingsessing neighborhood around 1:40 a.m. and found both men dead after some sort of dispute, the Philadelphia Police Department said. The wounded woman later arrived at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center with a gunshot wound to the chest.
One of the men, 33, was shot eight times, with bullets striking his chest, abdomen and both legs, police said. The second man, 25, was shot once in the chest.
The woman, 30, was listed in stable condition at the hospital. Police were investigating the circumstances surrounding the dispute that led to the deadly shooting.
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The two deaths would take the number of homicides in Philadelphia to at least 468 this year, according to PPD crime statistics. That would be the deadliest year in the city since 2007, when 391 people were killed.