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Man killed, woman hurt in broad daylight NYC shooting

A person was killed and a woman wounded in a broad-daylight shooting in East Harlem on Tuesday, cops stated.

The man was “shot multiple times in the chest” when gunfire erupted on the road round 11:10 a.m. at East 103rd Street and Third Avenue, authorities stated. 

He was rushed to Metropolitan Hospital, the place he was pronounced useless. 

A woman who was struck in the arm walked into the hospital in secure situation, in response to cops.

The suspect, described as sporting a inexperienced jacket, tan pants and brown boots, fled on foot, police stated. 

On Monday, two males had been gunned down in Brooklyn — one believed to be in his 20s who was killed at East 51st Street and Remsen Avenue in East Flatbush round 2 p.m., cops stated. 

The sufferer was strolling when two males acquired out of a car and shot him earlier than taking off, authorities stated. 

A woman was additionally shot in the arm in East Harlem, however was capable of stroll to the hospital in secure situation.

He was rushed with “gunshot wounds about the body” to the Kings County Hospital Center, the place he was pronounced useless. 

Hours earlier, one other man — recognized Tuesday as Ahmad Perkins, 45 — was shot in entrance of a house on Empire Boulevard close to Lamont Court in Crown Heights, police stated. 

Perkins, who was shot in the pinnacle round 10:40 a.m., was pronounced useless on scene.

Police had no suspect data in that case.

The motives for all three shootings stay beneath investigation.