NEW YORK CITY — Three men were shot dead and more injured in the course of just six hours Saturday night into Sunday morning, police said.
Brooklyn alone saw a particularly bloody half-hour, between 3 a.m. and 3:30 a.m., when rescuers responded to four calls for shooting victims, according to the FDNY.
None of those incidents were deadly.
The first fatal shooting victim, Daniel Davies, 25, of Concourse Village in the Bronx, was shot 23 times and killed outside 19 Sackman St., in Bedford-Stuyvesant, around 10:40 p.m.
Police said Davies had been attending a Father's Day celebration Saturday night inside a nearby park. He was dead on arrival at Brookdale Hospital.
The second deadly shooting took place just over an hour later, in the Baychester section of the Bronx. A man police identified as Bernard Johnson, 43, was shot to death in front of what police said was his own residence on Fish Avenue.
He'd been shot once to the head, police said.
Police said Robertson was shot in the upper torso around 4:43 a.m. and had been taken to Jamaica Hospital in critical condition. He died later of his injuries.
In all three fatal shootings, police said no arrests had been made and investigations were ongoing Monday.
The non-fatal Brooklyn shootings included a man found in critical condition at 101 Thatford Ave., in Brownsville.
Just five blocks away, another shooting was reported a minute later on Sutter Avenue, though the FDNY said no victim was found when they arrived.
Just doors away, a man was shot in the arm at 335 Sutter Ave. Police would not say if the incidents were connected.
Then, at 3:31 a.m., a shooting in Red Hook was reported, and a man shot in the torso at 16 Mill St. was transported to Lutheran Medical Center in serious condition, the FDNY said.
Police had no updates on any of the investigations on Monday.