Philly Graduation Party Shooting Leaves 1 Dead & 7 Injured

Authorities in Philadelphia revealed that a high school graduation party ended in tragedy this weekend after a gunman opened fire.

Just after 10 p.m. on the 6900 block of Reed Bird Place in the city’s Southwest Philadelphia neighborhood, a gunman opened fire at a graduation party. One person died and eight people were shot.

Police went on to reveal that four juveniles were among those shot. They were between the ages of 15 and 17 years old.

Authorities also revealed that four adults were shot. According to the reports, they were shot in various parts of their body. One of the adults died from their injuries.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said that eight or nine shots were fired. Currently, the motive for the shooting remains unclear.

Police say no preliminary signs of a fight or argument were reported or seen. No arrests have been made yet and police are still investigating. 

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