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Man Shot In His Car On 81st Street; Brought To Hospital In Stable Condition


Nov. 2, 2015 Staff Report

A man was shot while sitting in his car early Saturday morning in Jackson Heights.

A 27-year-old man was shot multiple times while sitting in his vehicle, which was parked in front of 35-30 81st St., according to the NYPD.

The incident happened at 12:20 a.m. on Saturday.

The victim was removed to Elmhurst General Hospital in stable condition.

Police do not have a description of the suspect and no arrests have been made. The investigation is ongoing.

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Is this the shotgun shooting that is being spread around. If not do you have any information on the validity of that incident?


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