April 4th – The New York Post reported that on the evening of the 3rd local time, a gun battle broke out at the intersection of Findlay Street and East 166th Street in the Bronx, New York City.
The police rushed to the scene and shot to stop it. Eventually, the shooting resulted in the death of one man and two injured, including a gunman and a passerby.
New York police reportedly rushed to the intersection at 6:30 p.m. At the scene of the fighting, two men each armed a gun and shot at the third man running towards the police. It was not dark yet. Three policemen shot two gunmen, injuring one of them.
During the sound of gunfire, the stray bullet hit a passer-by’s arm, and the police immediately used a tourniquet to rescue him. It is not clear which side’s bullet hit the passerby.
Two suspects were arrested on the way to escape, and the police did not disclose the names of the people involved. The man who was hunted down was shot several times, and the police have not yet announced his identity.
Live photos show a dozen bullet cases scattered on the sidewalk. One witness said: “I fell to the ground as soon as I heard the sound of gunfire. Then I stood at the door and found someone lying in the middle of the street.