Pa. cops hunt for man who shot officer
The suspect pointed a gun at Sgt. Robert Ralston's head, but the officer escaped serious injury
Philadelphia Daily News
PHILADELPHIA — Five children came within inches of losing their father when a brazen gunman shot a police officer in West Philadelphia yesterday morning.
The incident began about 4 a.m. on 56th Street and Lancaster Avenue when Sgt. Robert Ralston, a 21-year veteran, spotted two men on nearby train tracks, said Deputy Commissioner Richard Ross.
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