At least one teen is in custody while at least one vehicle was damaged after a group of teenagers threw rocks at cars traveling on I-95 northbound in Philadelphia Wednesday night, police said.
The teens were on the platform of SEPTA’s Spring Garden station on 600 N. Front Street and were throwing rocks at cars driving by, according to investigators. At least one vehicle, which appeared to be either an SUV or van, was struck by a rock. SkyForce10 was over the scene as a police officer responded to the vehicle, which was pulled over on the side of the road with the front windshield damaged. The driver told police children were also inside the vehicle when it was struck. No one was injured however.
SEPTA police officers also responded to the train station and took at least one of the teens into custody. They have not yet revealed the specific charges against him or her.
SEPTA officials are investigating whether or not any other vehicles were struck by rocks. If you were driving on I-95 Wednesday night and your vehicle was damaged, please call SEPTA Police at 215-580-8111 or Pennsylvania State Police at 215-560-6200.