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10-Year-Old Dies After Football Shooting; Family Found Dead in Springfield; Worker Electrocuted
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/20/19 11:36 pm | updated: 11/20/19 11:36 pm
10-year-old Micah 'Dew' Tennant who was shot during a high school football game at Pleasantville High School last Friday has died. The Atlantic City fifth grader was shot in the neck while sitting in the stands during the Pleasantville-Camden playoff game. He was taken to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia where he succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday. Charges against 31-year-old Alvin Wyatt have been upgraded to murder.

The two teams resumed the playoff game that was suspended due to the shooting Wednesday afternoon, 11/20. The Philadelphia Eagles hosted Pleasantville and Camden Highs at Lincoln Financial Field. They gave them the star treatment. Camden went on the win 22-0. They will play Cedar Creek High School on Saturday, November 30 for the Central Group 2 Sectional Championship.

Authorities in Springfield Township, Montgomery Township are investigating after the bodies of three people were found dead inside a home during a wellness check on Monday evening, 11/18. It happened on the 100 block of Erdenheim Road. 71-year-olds Robert McIntyre and Sheila Dolan were found with their daughter 27-year-old Julia McIntyre. "This appears to be a family tragedy. Through our preliminary investigation, the daughter's fatal wound seems to be self-inflicted, although we are awaiting the autopsy results and the forensic pathologist's final determination before we say anything further," Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said in a statement Wednesday.

A man has died after being electrocuted while working on a home in the Brewerytown neighborhood on Wednesday afternoon, 11/20. It happened shortly after 3:30 p.m. on the 2800 block of Master Street. He was rushed to Jefferson University Hospital where he later died. PECO and the License and Inspection Department are investigating.

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