Philadelphia shooting: 15-year-old critically injured after shooting on basketball court at Jerome Brown Playground

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A 15-year-old female is fighting for her life after being shot while playing basketball at a Philadelphia rec center Tuesday night.

A 33-year-old woman, who was also playing basketball, was shot in the leg. She is in stable condition.

It happened just before 9 p.m. on the 1900 block of West Ontario Street at the Jerome Brown Playground in the city’s Tioga-Nicetown section.

“They appear to be hit by stray bullets,” Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Frank Vanore said. “There was at least one possible 4-year-old also shooting a basketball there, so it’s very scary and very disgusting

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Mountain biker injured in fall on Burlington trail

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – A woman was injured Monday after falling down an embankment in Burlington while mountain biking.

Burlington police say the woman was on a trail off Mansfield Avenue and fell down an embankment, ditched her bike and hit her head.

Crews arrived at the scene and used their stokes and wheels, which is a specialized litter designed for backwoods rescues. She was then sent to the hospital.

We do not know her condition.

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Bronte Campbell: ‘I’ve been injured for five years, half my swimming career’ | Swimming

Bronte Campbell is a bit fatalistic these days. “I think in a good way,” she clarifies. What she means is she has some welcome perspective. The former world champion is trying not over-think the immeasurable challenge of next week’s Olympic swimming trials, the path to what she says would likely be her third and final Games.

If she does not make it to Tokyo, she will appreciate her decade in the pool, and revel in the possibility of what might come next once she hops out of it.

“There is sort of more riding on it, but at the

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Running 4 Heroes awards $10,000 grant to Greene County deputy injured in Dec. 2020 pursuit

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Running 4 Heroes has awarded a $10,000 grant to a Greene County deputy struck during a Dec. 2020 pursuit.

Lt. Steve Westbrook will receive the R4H Injured First Responder Grant later this month. Since January 2020, Running 4 Heroes has awarded more than $136,000 to 18 law enforcement officers injured on duty.

Running 4 Heroes Board Members will pay a visit to Greene County, Missouri on Saturday, May 22 to present Lt. Westrbook with the grant.

“Our continued prayers go out to Lt. Westbrook as he completes his recovery, and we thank him for being a

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