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Police: 2 men shot, 1 extremely critically just 10 minutes apart in separate Philadelphia shootings

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Men shot overnight in Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA - Two men were struck by gunfire in the span of just 10 minutes, leaving one fighting for his life.Police say a "John Doe" in his 30s was shot multiple times on the 2500 block of South Felton Street around 3:!5 a.m.He was transported to Penn Presbyterian Hospital, where he is said to be in extremely critical condition.A weapon was also recovered from the victim, according to police.MORE HEADLINES:About 10 minutes later, another shooting was reported on the 2200 block of North Chadwick Street.Police say a 29-year-old suffered three gunshot wounds, one in the abdomen and two in the arm.

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