Police Shoot Two Men after Gunfire Errupts inside Bronx Deli, One Killed

November 03 2022 BRONX, New York – Police shot two people, killing one after gunfire erupted inside a deli in the Bronx on Thursday morning.

Around 11:30am, Plainclothes officers from the Queens Warrants Squad were parked in an unmarked vehicle in front the Deli, when a fight broke out inside, that spilled outside the business. Allegedly two men with guns fired at each other, prompting the officers who were there on an unrelated investigation, to fire at the gunmen, officials said.

Detectives are at the scene on E Gun Hill Road and Hull Avenue, investigating the shooting that occurred late Thursday morning in the Norwood section of the Bronx.

According to a preliminary investigation, two individuals were shot by NYPD officers, leaving one of them critically wounded, and another in a serious condition, officials said.

The critically wounded suspect was transported to an area hospital in police custody, officials said. The second suspect was also seriously injured and left with life threatening injuries during the shooting, police say.

One of the men shot has succumbed to his injuries.

Video by HG (FreedomNewsTV)

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