Four people were killed and five seriously injured in a shooting in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights neighborhood. The incident took place at an after-hours club on Utica Avenue, APA reports citing RT.
Gunfire broke out shortly after 7am at the late club, according to the New York Fire Department. The club, believed to be a private venue, is located only three blocks from the nearest police station. Police sources told AP that no arrests have yet been made.
Crown Heights has been plagued by a series of shootings in recent months, with two injured in a midnight attack last Sunday. A father of three, a 27 -year-old man and a 59-year-old clipped by a stray bullet were all among those shot last month, while an 11-year-old child was shot in the neighborhood earlier this summer.