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Man Stabbed At Eagles Parade; ATM Skimmer In Bucks Co.; Day Of Eagles Championship Celebration
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 02/09/18 6:49 am | updated: 02/09/18 6:49 am
Philadelphia Police are now investigating after a man was stabbed on the Ben Franklin Parkway during the Eagles parade on Thursday. The incident happened at around 10:30 am, police say that the man was stabbed once in the right side of his chest. The man was taken to Hahnemann University Hospital where he is listed in critical condition. So far no arrests have been made.

Police in Bucks County are now searching for a man and woman who are responsible for installing a skimming device on a bank ATM. Police released photos of the suspects where they were seen early Friday morning installing the skimmer. Another picture was released of the same man, and another suspect returning to remove it. Police believe that the group of suspects are also responsible for the skimmer found in Levittown.

Philadelphia celebrated their first Super Bowl Championship parade on Thursday with hundreds and thousands of Eagles fans. Broad Street was a sea of green on Thursday as the double decker buses that held the Eagles' players made their way down Broad Street to City Hall and then down the Parkway to the Art Museum. Once on the steps, fans heard from many of the staff, coaches, and players including team owner Jeff Laurie, Head Coach Doug Pederson, Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles and the man who helped lead the team this year, Carson Wentz. The highlight of the speeches was when Eagle's center Jason Kelce took to the mic and gave a rousing speech like none other heard on the Ben Franklin Parkway. Kelce, who was dressed in his best Mummers outfit, gave a voice to every frustrated Eagles fan out there. Kelce defended Laurie, Pederson and all of the other Eagle players who the media thought weren't smart and/or talented enough to win a Super Bowl. Kelce stated: "We were a bunch of underdogs, we wanted it more." The day will go down in history as one of the most electrifying days in Philadelphia sports history.


The Sixers play the Pelicans tonight at 7:00 pm.


Today, Cloudy, with a high of 41 degrees in Center City.

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