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Medics bring man back to life after double shooting in Rhawnhurst, police say

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Two men critical after double shooting. PHILADELPHIA - What began as a deadly shooting early Saturday morning has taken a turn thanks to the action of medics.Officers arrived to find two men suffering from gunshot wounds when they responded to shooting on the 1900 block of Lansing Street just before 2 a.m.One man was initially pronounced dead after being shot in the head.

However, medics were reportedly able to resuscitate him and transport him to a local hospital.MORE HEADLINES:The other victim was shot in the neck, police say.

Both victims are now said to be in critical condition.Witnesses reportedly say the suspect fled the scene in a black Honda sedan..

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