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Philadelphia shootings: 4 dead, 16 shot including 2-year-old in deadly first fall weekend

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PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia may be cooling off from the summer heat, but gun violence is still on the rise with at least 16 people struck by gunfire in a string of shootings this weekend.The deadly shootings began late Friday night when a teen succumbed to his injuries in Kensington.

Police say the 18-year-old was shot multiple times in what may have been a "robbery gone bad."Two men were shot in the late hours of Friday night, a 29-year-old and 26-year-old.

Police say both were in stable condition, and a woman was detained in connection to one shooting.On Saturday, another shooting erupted on South Street leaving one man dead.

Police say the shooting stemmed from a fight between groups of men and women.Three people were injured as two separate afternoon shootings unfolded at the same time in different Philadelphia neighborhoods.

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