Seven people are shot in just 10 minutes in three separate incidents in Brooklyn

Seven people were injured in shootings in Brooklyn, New York, in a space of just 10 minutes on Monday night  Two men, 27 and 34, were each shot in the leg in the first incident at 10.40pm in Bedford-Stuyvesant  Just five minutes later a shooting in Flatbush left a 35-year-old man injured  Then three men, …

  • Seven people were injured in shootings in Brooklyn, New York, in a space of just 10 minutes on Monday night 
  • Two men, 27 and 34, were each shot in the leg in the first incident at 10.40pm in Bedford-Stuyvesant 
  • Just five minutes later a shooting in Flatbush left a 35-year-old man injured 
  • Then three men, aged 17, 35, and 50, and a woman were gunned down at around 10.50pm in Brownsville 

Seven people were injured in shootings in Brooklyn, New York, in a space of just 10 minutes on Monday night.  

Two men, 27 and 34, were each shot in the leg in the first incident at 10.40pm in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Just five minutes later a shooting in Flatbush left a 35-year-old man injured.  

Then three men, aged 17, 35, and 50, and a woman were gunned down at around 10.50pm in Brownsville. 

People participate in a Black Lives Matter march in Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn on Monday eveningPeople participate in a Black Lives Matter march in Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn on Monday evening

The woman, 23, is in critical condition. All of the other victims are expected to survive.   

The shootings happened two nights after New York City lifted its 8pm curfew after looting and riots following the death of George Floyd.

Peaceful protests policed by the NYPD continued across the city on Monday night. 

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