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Man Gunned Down Outside Flushing Store: NYPD

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Feb. 12, 2019 By Meghan Sackman

A 31-year-old man was shot dead in front of a metal shop in Flushing next to the Van Wyck Expressway early this morning.

The victim, whose identity is pending family notification, was shot multiple times in front of 131-01 Fowler Ave. at around 2:35 a.m., police said.

Police arrived on the scene and found the victim with multiple gunshot wounds to the head and body. The victim was transported by EMS to New York Presbyterian Hospital-Queens where he was pronounced dead.

The police have not made any arrests and the investigation is ongoing.

 

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Anonymous

This happened while I was awake, don’t think I heard any gunshots. I swear I could have seen a minivan with a virginia license plate a day before yesterday. 3 shootings resulting in 3 fatalities and 1 injury in a mere 4/5 months. It seems like it’s getting more chaotic, for the past decade I’ve been here, I recount not a single shooting. I highly suspect the “Angel’s gentlemen club” to be a vector in the sprouting of these incidents!

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Anon

Lol it seems like the trumpdullards failed to realize that talking about gun violence is not equalivent to being “anti-patriotic”. Celtic go back to the 50’s!

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