Officers were nearby when they saw a gunman firing at four victims at 10th Avenue and West 211th Street in Inwood around 4 a.m.
Author: Amanda Woods
Published: 2021-09-27 07:39 am
Five people shot, one by police, in NYC gunfire: officials
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Five people were shot — one by police — when gunfire erupted in Upper Manhattan early Monday, authorities said. 

Officers were nearby when they saw a gunman firing at four victims at 10th Avenue and West 211th Street in Inwood around 4 a.m., police said. 

Cops fired at a 30-year-old man, believed to be the suspect, authorities said. 

He went to Harlem Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. 

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An officer investigates at the scene of the shooting.
Robert Mecea
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Police gather at the scene of the shooting in Inwood, Manhattan.
Robert Mecea
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A handgun is seen at the scene of an officer involved shooting on 10th Ave. and 211th St. in Manhattan, Monday, Sept. 27, 2021.
Robert Mecea
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Five people were shot in the incident.
Robert Mecea

The four victims are also expected to survive, cops said. 

The motive for the gunplay was unclear Monday morning, and no further information was immediately available.

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