Septa Worker Wounded In Legs

Posted: January 11, 1992

A SEPTA worker was in satisfactory condition after being shot in his legs outside the transit agency's depot at 26th Street and Allegheny Avenue yesterday morning, police said.

According to police, mechanic Marcus Susay, 36, was on a break with another mechanic when an unidentified man came up to the pair and told them to move. They ignored him. "Move down the street," he repeated.

When they refused a second time, the man fired one shot, striking Susay in the right leg, and fled north on 26th Street, police said. The bullet exited Susay's right leg and lodged in his left.

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