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At least 50 shots fired, 3 people injured in Frankford triple shooting, police say

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Police investigate triple shooting in Frankford. PHILADELPHIA - Police say three people were struck by gunfire after a shooting erupted in Frankford early Tuesday morning.At least 50 fired shell casing were found when police responded to shooting reports on the 4700 block of Northwood Street around 1:14 a.m.A 24-year-old man was also found shot in the leg lying in front of a car.A second victim, a 26-year-old man, was shot in the face.

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