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Man Hospitalized After Being Tased; 1 Dead, 5 Injured In Juniata Crash; Body Found In Del. River
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 05/22/17 1:34 am | updated: 05/22/17 1:34 am
A man has now been hospitalized after he was tased by police in North Philadelphia. The incident took place on the 3100 block of North 24th street close to 7 pm on Sunday. Police received a call reporting a domestic dispute at the location. When police arrived, they tried to handcuff the man, but he allegedly became aggressive with police. Police then used a taser on the man, causing him to fall on the floor and become unresponsive. Officers performed CPR on the man while they waited for the medics to arrive. Once medics arrived the man was rushed to Temple University Hospital where he is listed in critical condition. The investigation is still ongoing.

Police are now investigating after a crash happened in the Juniata section of Philadelphia left 1 man dead and 5 others injured. The crash took place along Hunting Park Avenue near I Street at around 8:15 pm on Sunday. Police have stated that the driver came speeding down the street, when his car rear ended another car, sending it into a utility pole. Then the driver veered into oncoming traffic and crashed his car. It is still unclear whether or not the driver of the vehicle was under the influence or not. The driver's body was taken to the Medical Examiner's Office to be examined, and the 5 others injured were all taken to local hospitals.

Police have now recovered a body from the Delaware River where a teenager went missing on Friday night. 16-year-old Anoine Fox and three of his friends jumped into the Delaware River near the Linden Avenue boat ramp. His friends say that Fox got caught in a strong current, and his friends were unable to grab him to pull him in. At around 4:15 pm on Sunday, divers pulled out a decomposed body near where Fox was last seen. Officials have not yet identified the body as Fox, but are transporting it to be examined. City Officials are now warning kids not to enter the Delaware River due to the strong currents and risks of being killed.


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