Mass Shooting in Manhattan as Gunman Kills One and Injures Four – Including Two Women – After Opening Fire on Busy SidewalkPosted: February 2, 2015
The victims were stood on the sidewalk on Broadway near West 136th Street in the Harlem neighborhood at 11.15pm when the shooting occurred.
“I knew they were gunshots and when I looked outside I saw about 15 people running down the street.”
One victim died from a gunshot wound to the head. He was pronounced dead at the scene and no further information is known about him at this time.
A man was killed and four others injured: The victims were stood on the sidewalk on Broadway near West 136th Street in the Harlem neighborhood at 11:15 p.m. when the shooting occurred
Two victims – a 24-year-old man with gunshot wounds to the right arm and ankle and a 22-year-old man with gunshot wounds to the torso and leg – were transported to Harlem Hospital. They are both listed as in a stable condition.
The two other victims were both 21-year-old females who received gunshot wounds to the shoulder. They were transported to St. Luke’s Hospital and both are listed as stable.
The motive behind the shootings is not immediately clear.
A witness said he heard six loud shouts. ‘I knew they were gunshots and when I looked outside I saw about 15 people running down the street,’ a man who works at a nearby deli told New York Post.
There are no arrests at this time and police have not yet identified the victims. The investigation is ongoing….