On Monday, there were two different shooting incidents that took place in broad daylight in the Big Apple. According to the authorities, three individuals were shot, and one of them died as a result of their injuries.
At approximately 11:10 in the morning, a male of 33 years of age was found with a gunshot wound to the head on the premises of the NYCHA Ingersoll Homes in Fort Greene.
According to the police, he was rushed to the Brooklyn Medical Center, but there it was determined that he had passed away.
Another male, age 21, drove himself to the same hospital with a wound to his left hand that appeared to have been caused by a bullet. It was reported that his condition was unchanged.
The police were unable to confirm right away if any of the men was the intended victim.
No arrests have been made.
At an earlier time, about 8:20 a.m., a guy was shot three times in the right foot and once in the left leg in the Melrose district of The Bronx, according to the authorities. The shooting occurred at the intersection of East 156th Street and Westchester Avenue.
He was transported by private means to Lincoln Hospital Center with injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening.
According to the police, nobody was taken into custody.