Found December 14, 2012 on
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The initial shooting followed Wednesday night’s game when the Bulls beat the Sixers, 96-89. An argument after the game in the subway train led to a Bulls fan and an innocent bystander being shot by a 76ers fan.
NBC - As the train pulls up to the station at 46th and Market Streets at 10:38
p.m. you see the two teens turn away from the Bulls fan as the Bulls
fan stands behind them. The train then stops, the doors open and
suddenly one of the young men turns around, pulls out a small
semi-automatic handgun and shoots back into the train knocking a Bulls
One of the Bulls fans was hit in the stomach and the bullet continued
through his body and hit an innocent bystander in the leg. The bystander
was out of the hospital by Thursday afternoon while the Bulls fan
remained in stable condition.
Check out the video below of the shooting NSFW.
The suspects are yet to be found.
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