Tuesday afternoon’s drive-by shooting behind a high school in Philadelphia claimed the life of a 14-year-old and injured four other people, according to authorities. At around 4:41 p.m., bullets were fired from an automobile as it approached the football players as they were leaving the field following a scrimmage behind Roxborough High School, according to a statement from Philadelphia Police.
The suspects then drove away from the site, according to authorities. According to John Stanford, a Philadelphia First Deputy Commissioner, two people are thought to have ambushed the youngsters. Officer Tanya Little of the Philadelphia Police Department stated she thought the four victims, who were first listed as four, were young children who played football.
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