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FOP Lodge 5 offering $20K reward for info on Philadelphia 4th of July shooting that injured 2 police officers

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PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #5 is offering $20,000 for information that leads to the arrest of a suspect or suspects who shot two police officers during the city's Fourth of July celebration on Monday night.

A massive crowd of spectators gathered in Philadelphia to watch performers, including Jason Derulo, and fireworks to celebrate America's independence when gunshots erupted.

Hugh E. Dillon, a photographer and owner of Philly Chit Chat, details the chaos after a shooting at 4th of July celebrations in Philadelphia.Authorities say a large police presence responded to the 2500 block of Spring Garden Street around 10 p.m.A Philadelphia police officer assigned to patrol suffered a graze wound to the head and the bullet miraculously lodged in his hat instead of striking his head, authorities say.

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