Even if you take a taxi, you cannot even protect yourself from gunshots.
Two young men enjoying a night out at Big Apple became the latest unintended victims of gunshots when they were hit by ammunition while sitting in a taxi early Saturday. became. The
pair was with a group of friends at around 3:50 am on a taxi from Brooklyn to Manhattan when a shot aimed at another person hit them. The
bullet flewwhen a taxi drove West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Streets near the then closed Vito's Slicesand Ices pizza shop. ..
Investigators believe that the three archers were aiming at a couple wearing lots of jewelry outside the store.
Police have recovered three bullet casings.
"It's out of control," said Alexander Franklin of Staten Island. His 24-year-old son, Nicholas, was beaten in his arm. "You don't seem to be safe everywhere."
Franklin said his son was in the backseat of a taxi and a bullet broke the bone in his arm. He was heading for surgery at Bellevue Hospital on Saturday afternoon.
Social welfare institution caseworker Nicholas , And his dad was with three other friends, all playing rugby. When he was shot, I went to one of them in Manhattan's apartment.
"I don't know what the future holds," Franklin said of his son's ability to continue playing.
Another victim, 22-year-old Sammy Shelvaya, was grabbed by ammunition, Franklin said.
Shelvaya'sInstagram pagesays she's a medical student playing rugby at Michigan State University.
Taxi and Limousine Commission Shoots He said he was investigating, but no information about the taxi owner will be disclosed.
A neighbor named her as Jazzy said she was out with her friends and she ran into a crime scene on Saturday.
"Violence is overwhelming. Violence is completely out of control. Once we could attribute it to drugs, it's now unexplained violence," she says. I did.