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Toddler Shot In Trenton; Traces Of Radon Found In PA Water Wells; Video Of Fight On SEPTA Bus
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 05/12/17 4:27 am | updated: 05/12/17 4:27 am
New Jersey Police are now investigating after a 3-year-old boy was shot in Trenton on Thursday night. The shooting took place at Exton and Stuyvesant Avenues at around 8:15 pm. The child was outside during the shooting and was hit in the shoulder by a bullet. The boy was then rushed to Capital Regional Health System where he is currently listed in stable condition. There is still no word on any arrests that have taken place.

UPDATE: 19-year-old Tah'von Goss of Trenton turned himself into police on Friday morning. He is charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault and weapons charges. Police expect to make more arrests.

Officials have discovered traces of radon in some of Pennsylvania's water wells. The federal government released a study on Thursday that showed high levels of radon in nearly 14 percent of water wells that were tested in Pennsylvania from 1986 to 2015. Radon can be released from the water into the air when the water is running from doing the dishes, taking a shower or even doing the laundry. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. The State Department stated that residents who are worried should test the air for radon first, and if a significant reading is found, then they should test their well water. Officials say that the radon can be removed from the water using a system that involves charcoal and aeration.

SEPTA Police are now searching for two men who were caught on video, fighting in a SEPTA bus on Tuesday. The fight broke out at around 9:30 am on the Market-Frankford El traveling between Spring Garden and 2nd Streets. The video shows the two men getting into an argument which then turned into an all out fist fight. The two men are seen fighting in the aisle, then later turned to one of the suspects puling out a gun on the other suspect. SEPTA Police say that even with the amount of passengers on the bus, no one called in to report the brawl on the bus. Police are now hoping someone will be able to identify the men in the video, anyone with information is asked to contact SEPTA Police. See video below.


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


Today, Cloudy with some possible rain showers and a high of 60 degrees in Center City.

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