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Police: Man, 20, fatally shot in Kensington

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PHILADELPHIA - Homicide detectives with the Philadelphia Police Department are investigating the fatal shooting of a man in Kensington.

Authorities say the shooting happened on the 500 block of E Cornwall Street around 12:40 a.m. on Saturday. A man, 20, was shot five times, with three of the bullets striking him in the chest, one hitting him in the chin and another in the cheek, according to police.

Medics pronounced him dead on scene around 12:57 a.m., police say. Authorities say the investigation is active and ongoing and no weapon was recovered.

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