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Watch 2 Gunmen Open Fire On A Random 17-Year-Old Kid During Alleged ‘Gang Initiation’

In what seems to be a gang initiation, two gunmen were captured on camera opening fire on a random 17-year-old male. According to Vlad;

Local authorities in New York City are searching for two gunmen who opened fire on a random 17-year-old boy in the middle of the road on 118th Street.

The on-camera incident occurred around 5 pm on Tuesday in Jamaica, Queens. Authorities believe that the shooting was a part of a gang initiation. The footage depicts four individuals in hoods and masks walking down the sidewalk when suddenly, two of them draw their weapons and open fire on the teenage victim.

Although the victim was stuck in the leg, he managed to run across the street to avoid further damage. So far, no arrests have been made regarding this shooting.

Crime is up in the area, sadly.

A woman walking on a Queens sidewalk was struck in the chest by a stray bullet, according to police, another instance of gun violence after a bloody holiday weekend for New York City.

Police said at least two people in two separate cars started shooting each other near Linden Boulevard and 142nd Street in South Jamaica Wednesday evening. One of the bullets fired struck the woman in the chest after she was caught in the crossfire.

Police said they do not believe she was the intended target.

The victim, who was not identified, was taken to Jamaica Hospital. The woman’s condition was not immediately clear, but she was expected to survive.

Police were still searching for the suspects. No arrests have yet been made.

The shooting comes after another wave of holiday weekend violence struck NYC, with more than two dozen people shot, including three fatally, in more than a dozen incidents stretching into Tuesday.

After a terrible start to the year, the city’s gun problem has improved, and shooting incidents for the first half of 2022 were actually down 12% versus 2021. NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell said Wednesday that the city had entered its eleventh week of a decline in shootings and homicides.

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