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Mummers Parade Postponed to Sun, 1/2; 6 Injured in Germantown Shooting; 1 Shot Dead at Delco Wawa
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/31/21 10:05 pm | updated: 12/31/21 10:05 pm
The Philadelphia Mummers Parade has been moved to Sunday, January 2 due to the forecast for rain on New Year's Day. The schedule for the String Bands, Comic, and Wench Brigades march down Broad Street will remain the same, just shifted one day. The Fancy Brigades will still perform Saturday's ticketed shows at the Pennsylvania Convention Center at 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. since those are inside. The fireworks scheduled for Saturday, 1/1, at 6 p.m. at Penn's Landing have also been canceled. Friday's fireworks at 6 p.m. and Midnight will go on as planned.

Six people were injured when gunmen opened fire on a Germantown street on Thursday night, 12/30. It happened around 11:30 p.m on the on the 5100 block of Germantown Avenue near Collom Street. The shooting was caught on surveillance video. A white van pulled up at the intersection and several men jumped out. They began shooting at a crowd of people on the street before jumping back in the vehicle and fleeing. Police say that they found 87 shell casings at the scene. Police found one 21-year-old female victim at the scene when they arrived and rushed her to Temple University Hospital in critical condition. Five men ranging in age from 19 to 29 years old arrived at local hospitals with various gunshot wounds. 2021 has already set the record for most shootings and homicides in Philadelphia history.

One person was killed following a shooting outside a Wawa in Delaware County on Friday, 12/31. It happened around 2:30 on the 1400 block of Market Street in Linwood, Lower Chichester Township. Police say that the person was found shot in the parking lot and pronounced dead. No arrests have been made. Wawa released a statement: "An incident occurred outside of the Linwood store. No store associates were involved or injured. The police responded immediately and we are cooperating with them to provide any information we can to help with the investigation. Please refer questions regarding the incident to law enforcement as this is an ongoing investigation."

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