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One of the police officers shot dead neargathered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Monday night found abullet still in his hat.
Two law enforcement officers, a 36-year-old Philadelphia police highway patrol officer and a 44-year-old member of the Montgomery County Bomb Unit, were injured in a shooting just before 10 pm. Near the Parkway Welcome America Festival.
The photo shows a bullet in a blood-stained hat. Shows where it is worn by a Philadelphia police officer whose head was shot on July 4, 2022.(John McNesby / Chris O'Connell / Fox 29)
photoHighway patrol officerwears a hat on the side A bloody photo is shown inside the cap with a bullet stuck in it. The photo is a memorial card of a Philadelphia police minister who recently died.
Police Lodge 5 Brothers Order John McNesby provided a photo to Fox 29.
"The fact that the round stopped in his hat is miraculous," said Danielle Outlaw, Philadelphia Police Director. "At first I think I went inside and hit my forehead and then put on my hat and the round stopped."
Philadelphia Shooting: At the celebration on July 4th. Two police officers injured
Authorities said the police officers were stable when he was transferred to Jefferson University Hospital.
A bullet stays in a Philadelphia hat A police officer shot during the celebration of July 4th. (John McNesby / Chris O'Connell / Fox 29)
Another officer shot on the right shoulder was taken to the same location. rice field. hospital.
About two hours later, an unidentified police officer was released, Fox29 reported.
A video shot on-site showed the presence of a large police force instructing people to move away from thearea where the shootingtook place.
Other videos show hundreds of people fleeing the area. It is estimated that up to 100,000 people participated in Independence Day on July 4th.
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Authorities still arrest the suspect No, no parties involved have been identified.