Elderly Woman and Two Teens Injured in Bronx Shooting

By Radhika Marya on February 19, 2014 6:34pm 

 Police said that three people, including a 79-year-old woman, were shot in the Bronx Wednesday afternoon.
Police said that three people, including a 79-year-old woman, were shot in the Bronx Wednesday afternoon.
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PELHAM PARKWAY — An elderly woman and two men were injured in a Bronx shooting Wednesday afternoon, police said.

The three victims — an 18-year-old man shot in the arm, a 19-year-old man shot in the leg and a 79-year-old woman shot in the hand — were hit at White Plains Road and Morris Park Avenue about 2:45 p.m, NYPD and fire officials said.

The victims were taken to Jacobi Medical Center for treatment, police said. Their injuries were not life threatening.

No arrests were made and police did not have any information on a possible suspect.

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