A woman has died after being shot in the face by a man during some sort of argument just outside a Bronx deli, police say. Witnesses and officials found the unconscious, bloodied body of a 36-year-old woman after shots rang out in front of a bodega on 149th Street in Mott Haven around 11:30 Monday night, according to authorities. Police said they believe the woman, who has not yet been identified, was arguing with a man when he shot her in the face and then took off running.
Police say two men were shot at a Brooklyn deli and one of the victims was just a month away from leaving for a college scholarship at a school in Boston, according to one of his family members. The 18-year-old man, whose cousin said has a two-year scholarship, was shot three times in the chest while he was out getting a few items.
More than a dozen people ran out into the frigid, early-morning air, some without shoes or coats, after a fire engulfed their Brooklyn apartment, officials say. The FDNY said everybody who fled the building on East 89th Street in Canarsie while the fire was raging got out safely, but the bone-chilling cold that has gripped New York City for days made the fire fight much more difficult.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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