Authorities Report 3 Dead in Harlem Shooting Outside a New York City Bar!


CybersecdnThree guys were standing outside of a bar in Harlem early Sunday morning when they were shot. All three were taken to the hospital with bullet holes in their legs. The 46, 21, and 39-year-old victims were standing outside Just Lorraine’s Place 2 on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard around 4 a.m.

when a man in a red hat, dark jacket, and dark pants walked up to them and shot them, according to police sources who spoke to The Post. Sources say that one person was hit in the left thigh and another person was hit in the right thigh. They were both taken to NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem and were said to be in good condition there.

Sources say the third victim, who was shot in the right knee, got away from the scene with the help of two friends. But in the end, he passed out near the intersection of West 135th Street and Lenox Avenue. He was taken to Mount Sinai Morningside by cops. Sources say that none of the injuries are life-threatening.

Police say the probe is still going on and no one has been arrested. People were cleaning up broken furniture inside and sweeping up glass bits from the front doors on Sunday morning. The Post talked to a friend who lives above the bar and said that the small place “always has a party.”

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Geoff, 52, said, “People are getting drunk and angry down there.” “There was a noise that sounded like people throwing chairs,” he said, adding that the gunshots woke him up. “After, I heard the sirens.” I can see all the ambulances and police cars coming. A lot of police officers.

If you asked him if he was surprised that there was a killing there, he said, “People are getting crazy there.” “Everything is crazy because people are high and drunk,” he said. “It doesn’t matter if it’s a bar or a police office. “They got away from us.”

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