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Crime80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire

15:25  15 august  2019
15:25  15 august  2019 Source:   nbcphiladelphia.com

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About 80 children were trapped for hours inside a day care center Wednesday following a shooting that left several police officers wounded by gunfire . The barricade, which involved two officers and at least one heavily-armed gunman, was a block away from the Precious Babies Learning Academy at the

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80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire
80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire

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About 80 children were trapped for hours inside a day care center Wednesday following a shooting that left several police officers wounded by gunfire.

The barricade, which involved two officers and at least one heavily-armed gunman, was a block away from the Precious Babies Learning Academy at the corner of North 15th Street and Erie Avenue.

80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire© NBC Washington But in a scene that gave a little hope to an otherwise dark day, all the children were seen shortly after 7 p.m. getting a police escort from the day care to a safe location.

The sweet images showed the kids holding hands with the cops, and even some carried by the uniformed officers.

Before the children were safely removed, the owner of the day care told NBC10 in an interview that her staff kept all the children in "shelter-in-place" mode while they waited for instructions.

"All the children are safe," the owner, Yvonne Thomas-Curry, said.

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