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An American police and bandit drama was shot in New York. A crew member was shot dead in the street.

An American police and bandit drama was shot in New York. A crew member was shot dead in the street.

July 20 – According to Fox News and other media reports, in the early morning of the 19th local time, a television production assistant was shot dead in the street while filming in New York City.

It is reported that at about 5 a.m. on the 19th, a 31-year-old male TV production assistant from the police and bandit drama Law and Order: Organized Crime posted leaflets on North Henry Street, Brooklyn, New York City, saying that parking was banned due to filming activities, and then was subsequently shot.

Preliminary findings showed that the man was sitting in a car when an unidentified gunman suddenly opened the driver’s seat door and shot at him. The man died after being taken to the hospital, with multiple gunshot wounds to the head and neck.

The suspect is still at large, the police call on the public to provide clues, and the motive for the murder is currently under investigation. It is uncertain whether the shooting is related to the parking space occupied by the crew.

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