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Police: Driver followed into Philadelphia parking lot, shot to death by gunman in another car

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PHILADELPHIA - Authorities say a driver was killed after being followed into a parking lot by a gunman in another vehicle Friday afternoon in Philadelphia.Officers from the Philadelphia Police Department were called to the 7200 block of Elmwood Street just before 3 p.m.

for reports of a shooting. Police found a 43-year-old man behind the wheel of a car suffering from a gunshot wound to the armpit.

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