An Atlantic City teen died Saturday after he was shot in Galloway Township.
Quadir Lampkin, 19, was pronounced dead at the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center’s City Campus. The driver, Habibah Abdullah — who was also shot — drove Lampkin there.
Abdullah remained listed in serious condition Sunday morning, a nursing supervisor with AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center said.
The shooting occurred between midnight and 1 a.m. Saturday, following a party held at the Cologne Firehouse in Hamilton Township, Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel said in a release.
Abdullah was driving on the White Horse Pike when someone in another car fired into her car, the release said. Abdullah, 21, of Atlantic City, and Lampkin were hit. Housel would not say how many other people were in the car, but they escaped injury.
Lampkin died at the hospital of a single gunshot wound to the torso, an autopsy found. Lampkin was a 2010 graduate of Atlantic City High School.
Word of the shooting quickly spread online, with Lampkin’s Facebook page reflecting the shock and sadness of his friends.
The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office is handling the investigation, with Atlantic City, Galloway and Hamilton police departments assisting.
Staff Writer Lynda Cohen contributed to this report.
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