5 folks shot throughout Brooklyn vigil as NYC gun violence surges

5 folks had been shot throughout a late-night vigil in Brooklyn — and a complete 17 had been injured by gun play citywide amid a recent spate of shootings, police stated.

A 24-year-old girl was shot within the left arm, a 29-year-old man grazed within the head and a 39-year-old girl shot within the again simply earlier than 11 p.m. Monday on Sterling Road close to Brooklyn Avenue, cops confirmed. All three had been taken to Kings County Hospital by non-public means.

A 29-year-old girl grazed within the head and a 30-year-old man shot within the torso had been taken to the identical hospital by EMS, police stated.

All 5 are listed in secure situation.

Police stated the victims had been attending a vigil, however had no additional particulars on the gathering or what led as much as the capturing.

A complete of 11 shootings, with 17 whole victims, occurred in New York Metropolis on Monday, cops confirmed Tuesday morning.

That features not less than two different folks shot late Monday, cops stated.

Morning scene from the Monday evening’s capturing at a vigil.Paul Martinka

A person was shot on Morrison Avenue close to East 172nd Road within the Bronx round eight:40 p.m., and suffered non-life-threatening accidents, in response to police.

In Staten Island, a 28-year-old man was shot a number of occasions within the again and abdomen on Jersey Road close to Layton Avenue round 11:40 p.m. and was taken to Richmond College Medical Heart in secure situation, cops stated.

No less than two extra shootings occurred early Tuesday.

A 26-year-old man was shot within the buttocks round 1:40 a.m. on Woodycrest Avenue close to Jerome Avenue within the Bronx, near Yankee Stadium. He suffered non-life-threatening accidents.

Hours later, at 7:45 a.m., a person fired a number of pictures at a 24-year-old sufferer inside a playground on 12th Road close to 40th Avenue in Queens.

He was taken to Elmhurst Hospital in secure situation. The motive was not instantly recognized.