Six individuals injured over an about two-hour stretch in three separate shootings in the Bronx and Manhattan Monday night, police said. Just before 8:15 p.m., a battle close to the basketball court at St. Mary’s Park, at E. 148th St. also, St. Ann’s Ave. in the South Bronx, finished with two men shot. One casualty, 22, was hit in the leg; the other, 38, was struck in the arm.
Surgeons took both to Lincoln Hospital in stable condition. Around 15 minutes after the fact, a 30-year-elderly person and a 25-year-elderly person appeared at Harlem Hospital with gunfire wounds. The man was hit in the arm, the lady in the leg, police said.
The casualties gave not many subtleties, saying they’d been shot in the Lincoln Houses improvement on E. 135th St. at Fifth Ave. what’s more, that they didn’t have the foggiest idea about their aggressor. Police said they found no ballistic proof.
About 10:15 p.m., a man was shot in the hip and a lady in the leg in the courtyard of the Soundview Houses, on Seward Ave. by Croes Pl., police sources said. Both are relied upon to endure their injuries, and cops were searching for three men who fled the scene.