The off-duty security guard who intervened in the scuffle at Wawa is a hero and should be treated like one

After a customer refused to abide by the store’s social distancing policy, not only did Kahlil go to the aid of the Wawa security guard, but he wound up tussling with the gunman as well. By the time it was over, Kahlil had been shot once in the chest. His brother Karell Scott-Patterson, 26, drove him to St.

Christopher’s Hospital for Children, where he was admitted in critical condition.

He later was transferred to Temple University Hospital.

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