Suspect in Philadelphia crash turned shooting seen limping away from crime scene in new footage

New surveillance footage shared by police Monday shows a shooter wanted for firing down a Kensington street after being knocked off his scooter hobbling away from the crime scene.

Investigators say the unknown suspect was riding a motorized scooter on the 300 block of East Allegheny Avenue last Thursday afternoon when he collided with a turning car. 

The crash caused the suspect, described by police as a Hispanic man wearing a gray GAP hoodie and long pants, to be thrown from the scooter and tumble down the road. 

The man briefly sits on the side of the road while the car he struck continues to drive away. He then hops to his feet and hobbles down the road while firing a gun. 


Search for gunman who shot three people after accident in Kensington continues

Philadelphia police say the search goes on for the rider of a scooter who shot wildly along Allegheny Avenue Thursday after being knocked to the street by a vehicle.

Three people were hit by gunfire, including a 47-year-old woman who was shot in the face and a 9-year-old girl who was grazed in the head. A 45-year-old man also suffered a gunshot wound to the leg. 

New video shared by police three days after the crash-turned-shooting shows the suspect limping across a nearby street as he fled the crime scene. Police believe he suffered an injury to his right leg and ankle as a result of the crash. 

Anyone with information on the suspect's whereabouts is urged to contact police.