Surveillance video shows three gunmen chasing after a man moments before a deadly shooting in Philadelphia's Graduate Hospital neighborhood in the middle of the day.
Police could be seen taping off the intersection of 22nd and Montrose streets, adjacent to Julian Abele Park, just after the shooting around 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The crime scene also included the 2100 block of Carpenter Street, less than a block away.
The 21-year-old man, identified Friday as Kahil Williams-Husky of South 63rd Street, was rushed from the scene with multiple gunshot wounds, police said. Williams-Husky died a short time later at the hospital.
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Officers could be seen searching for clues in the area as traffic was diverted around the scene.
Wednesday evening, NBC10 obtained exclusive video showing three gunmen hopping out of a car and chasing after a man before firing shots.
"It's terrible in this kind of neighborhood," Debra Martin, a neighbor, told NBC10. "We've got babies. We've got children. It seems like every six to nine months, something like this happens."
Neighbors who viewed the video were shocked that no one else was struck by stray bullets.
"I'm just flabbergasted," Martin said. "I wish somebody maybe could tell me what I could do to help make the neighborhood a better place."
No arrests have been made, investigators said. If you have any information on the shooting, call Philadelphia police.
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