At least 12 people were shot dead during a bloody six-hour span Sunday night in the Big Apple, including an innocent 13-year-old girl and her mother and a woman walking her dog.
Two others were also stabbed in separate incidents as the bloodshed spanned all five boroughs.
The young girl and her 46-year-old mother, from San Antonio, Texas, were standing at a store on Southern Boulevard and Jennings Street in the Bronx when they were struck by gunfire just before 9 p.m., police and sources said.
The mother-daughter duo, who appeared to be innocent bystanders, were both in stable condition, police said. The mother suffered chest scrapes and her daughter received a bullet in the hand, according to sources.
Around the same time, a 22-year-old woman walking her dog was shot in the leg just blocks from the store near the corner of Bristow and Jennings Streets.
That victim also appeared to have been hit by a stray bullet, the officer said, adding that the two shootings appeared to be linked.
The shooter was on a Citibike and “shot everywhere” as he tried to aim at a fleeing car, a police source told the Post. No arrests were made.
Just hours earlier, a 74-year-old woman in East New York City in Brooklyn was hit in the stomach by an apparent stray bullet, police officers said.
The woman was sitting in the courtyard of the Louis Heaton Pink Houses at around 6:36 p.m. when she heard gunfire and felt a bullet pierce her stomach. She was taken to Brookdale Hospital, where she is in critical condition, police said.
Meanwhile, a 16-year-old boy was one in four people
shot dead in Brownsville around 8:24 p.m. as a fight broke out nearby
The Rockaway Avenue subway station, police said.
A person involved in the brawl opened fire,
Police officers said they shot the teenager in the head and a second man, 24, in the stomach.
Both the teenager and the man appeared to have been targeted, police said.
A 34-year-old man with abrasions on his back and a 59-year-old man with abrasions on his leg were believed to be bystanders.
said the police.
The teenager was taken to Maimonides Hospital in critical condition.
Another man was also shot on New York Avenue in Brooklyn
Just before 11 p.m. Sean Tinsley, 34, was fatally shot in the head near the corner of Malcolm X Boulevard and 115th Street in Harlem, police officers said.
Police believe the shooting was gang-related.
About 15 minutes later, a man was shot in the leg on New York Avenue in Brooklyn’s Little Haiti, police sources said.
Another person was shot dead in Manhattan after midnight. The victim was shot and killed near West 22nd Street and Sixth Avenue at approximately 12:20 a.m. by a gunman who fled in a white SUV. The victim was awake and conscious after being hit, police sources said.
A nearby police car was also hit by a bullet, but no officers were hit and police do not believe it was a targeted attack at this time.
And on Staten Island, a woman arrived at Richmond University Medical Center Sunday night with a gunshot wound.
There were also two stabbings in Queens amid Sunday’s bloodshed.
Oscar Gutierrez, 52, was killed at 6:30 p.m. near Jamaica Avenue and Queens Boulevard, police said. He died after being rushed to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center with multiple stab wounds to his torso.
Another man was stabbed just before 8 p.m. in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, police sources said.
A total of twelve people were shot dead in seven incidents on Sunday, the police said. According to police, six people were shot dead in four incidents that day in 2021.
On Saturday, five people were shot dead in as many incidents, compared to seven out of six incidents in 2021, police officers said.
Nine people were shot dead in six incidents on Friday, compared to the same number of victims in seven incidents that day last year.
A total of 26 people were shot dead in 18 incidents across the Big Apple between Friday and Sunday, according to the NYPD.
A total of 22 people were shot dead in 17 incidents on those days last year, authorities said.
Five murders were reported over the weekend, compared to four over the same period in 2021.