According to sources within the law enforcement community, on Tuesday, two people, including a boy aged 16 years old, were shot and injured in the vicinity of a middle school in Brooklyn.
According to the sources, the teenager was shot in the back just before noon in East New York at the intersection of Bradford Street and Pitkin Avenue, which is approximately two blocks away from JHS 292 Margaret S. Douglas.
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The victims were reportedly standing at the junction when the assailant drove up in a silver automobile and shot multiple rounds at them, according to the police.
The status of the teenager did not change during transport to the Long Island Jewish Hospital Center.
According to sources within the police department, the second victim, who was also a male, was shot in the arm.
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According to our sources, the severity of his wounds is not considered to be life-threatening, and we know he is older than the 16-year-old victim, though we do not know his exact age at this time.
No arrests have been made.