Gunfire in a North Philadelphia neighborhood late Monday night left a young man fighting for his life and two prominent offices riddled with bullet holes.
The victim is in critical condition following the shooting shortly after 11:30 p.m. along Germantown Avenue, police said. Two nearby buildings were damaged by bullets, including the front windows of the city's NAACP local chapter and state Sen. Sharif Street's local office.
A worker could be seen Tuesday morning outside the NAACP's office working on the broken window pane.
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Police believe the shootout occurred on Germantown Avenue in the 4400 block near Windrim Avenue. Bullet casing were also found along the 2000 block of Windrim Avenue. A handgun laser sight and a blood trail were then found down the 2000 block of nearby Wingohocking Street and an alleyway behind Sister Muhammad's Kitchen.
The victim was found by police a short time later at Temple University Hospital, officials said. He suffered wounds to both legs, including at least five gunshots.
No arrests have been made.