PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Authorities say a dispute at a Philadelphia chicken restaurant ended with two men being shot, including a bystander who wasn't involved in the argument.
The shooting occurred around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday. The gunman fled the scene but was caught a short time later following a traffic stop.
Authorities say a man involved in the argument pulled out a gun and fired 11 shots. The man he was arguing with was hit by two shots, while another wounded the bystander.
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Both victims were taken to a hospital, where they were each listed in stable condition. Their names and further details on their injuries have not been released.
Authorities have not said why the men were arguing or disclosed what charges will be filed against the shooter.