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S. Philly argument ends in gunfire

A man in his 20s drove himself to the hospital after he was shot twice in South Philadelphia earlier tonight.

S. Philly argument ends in gunfire

A man in his 20s drove himself to the hospital after he was shot twice in South Philadelphia earlier tonight. The man was wounded in the arm and back on Bucknell Street near Federal about 9 p.m., said Lt. Martin Derbyshire of South Detectives. The victim, whose name was not released, managed to to drive to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. His condition wasn't immediately available.

Derbyshire said the shooting followed an apparent argument on Bucknell Street. Police had no suspects, however.

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