How did narcotics officers find themselves in extreme danger Wednesday afternoon in what became eight hours of chaos in North Philly? At least 20 Inquirer reporters worked to piece together what happened, minute-by-minute.
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Narcotics officers ran headfirst into a possible disaster. They just didn’t know it until it was almost too late. The Inquirer pieced together what happened the day six
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