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Shooting In Olney; NJOEM Mistakenly Broadcasts Nuclear Warning; Philly Man Released From Prison
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 05/24/17 1:03 am | updated: 05/24/17 1:03 am
Philadelphia Police are now investigating after a shooting occurred in the Olney section of Philadelphia that left one man in critical condition. The shooting took place on Nedro and Mascher Street at around 7:30 pm on Tuesday. Police have reported that a 23-year-old man was shot six times. When police arrived on the scene they found him with two gun shot wounds to the stomach, one in each arm, one in his shoulder and one on his right side. The man was taken to Einstein Medical Center, where he is listed in critical condition. Police are still searching for the suspects responsible.

A Nuclear Power Plant warning was mistakenly broadcasted on televisions in Salem and Cumberland counties in New Jersey on Tuesday night. The message was sent out at 8:54 pm stating that "a civil authority has issued a Nuclear Power Plant Warning for Salem and Cumberland counties." The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management took to twitter saying that the emergency broadcast was false. NJOEM Officials are now working to figure out how the broadcast was released and are resolving issues it caused among local residents of the counties.

A Philadelphia man has now been released from prison after being wrongfully convicted for a crime he did not commit. Shaurn Thomas was arrested and sentenced in November of 1990 for the murder of a Puerto Rican businessman. He was 19-years-old at the time. He stated in his sentencing that he was at a youth study center during the crime, and his sister and mother both stated they were with him. The jury did not believe his alibi, so they sentenced him to prison. After a hearing on Tuesday, the judge tossed his conviction, after he agreed with his lawyers that there was not enough evidence to support his conviction.


The Phillies play the Rockies tonight at 7:05 pm.


Today, Sunny with some clouds and a high of 70 degrees in Center City.

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