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Man, 47, shot multiple times in broad daylight and killed in Kensington

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KENSINGTON - A highly charged and violent 24 hours culminates in the shooting death of a 47-year-old man, Philadelphia Police officials say.Officers were called to the 1800 block of East Hilton Street Friday afternoon, about 3:30, on the report of gunshots.Responding officers found the 47-year-old victim shot multiple times, according to authorities.MORE HEADLINES:The man was rushed to Temple University Hospital by SEPTA Police, where he succumbed to his injuries and died a short time after he arrived.AdvertisementPolice say an investigation is underway.

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