Philadelphia Police Launch Investigation Following Shots Fired at SEPTA Station

Shots were fired at the SEPTA’s 15th Street Station in Centre City, and the Philadelphia police are looking into the incident.

According to investigators, at around 9:45 p.m. on Sunday, shooting broke out on the concourse at 15th and Market streets.

The shooting left no one hurt.

If any weapons were found or if anyone was arrested, the officers did not disclose.

This event occurs at the same time as SEPTA Transit Police are debating a strike.

If a deal cannot be struck, SEPTA police may start the strike on Monday.

The next round of contract talks is scheduled on Monday morning.

The union primarily wants the transportation agency to pay more and provide better benefits.

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