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Man, 19, shot multiple times in Ogontz, police say

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OGONTZ - Philadelphia police are investigating a shooting that injured a 19-year-old man.Officials say police responded to the 6100 block of Old York Road Friday afternoon, just before 4:45, on the report of gunfire.Police arrived to find a 19-year-old man shot multiple times.The man was rushed by medics to Einstein Medical Center where he was placed in stable condition.Police say an investigation into a possible motive is ongoing.

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