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Shootings in New York left at least one dead and five others injured

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  • The shootings took place late Saturday afternoon that began in Brooklyn and ended at midnight in the Bronx, according to the New York police.

One person lost their visa and five others were injured in multiple shootings on a violent Saturday night in New York City.

The shooting began in the afternoon when a man with a gunshot wound entered the Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, according to authorities.

Hours later, late at night, a 14-year-old boy was shot in the back outside the James Weldon Johnson Houses on Lexington Ave. in East Harlem around 8:10 p.m.

He was taken to Harlem Hospital and is in stable condition, the NYPD reported. Officers are investigating if the minor was attacked or struck by a stray bullet.

So far, the suspects in the shooting have not been identified.

Also, on the same Saturday night, two 46-year-old men were shot in front of 303 Van Buren St. in Berdford-Stuyvesant.

One of the victims was shot in the lower abdomen and the other in the leg, according to police. Both were taken to King County Hospital and were in stable condition.

A weapon was recovered at the scene, but the suspects involved have not been identified.

Later, a 17-year-old boy was shot in the head at 2407 Morris Ave. in Fordham Heights at about 11:15 p.m. He was taken to a care facility where he is not expected to survive his injuries, according to police.

At 11:30 p.m., a man was shot at 586 Hinsdale St. in East New York, authorities and sources connected to the case said. No additional details about the case have been released.

Finally, before midnight, a 45-year-old man lost his life when he was shot in the Bronx.

The victim was struck in the head by a projectile at 673 Hunts Pint Ave. He was taken to Lincoln Hospital, where he was ultimately pronounced dead, the NYPD reported.

No arrests have been made in this regard.


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