Brooklyn shooting victim drove himself to police station before dying
Officials were looking for four men in connection to the shooting, three of whom drove away in a green or gray Mazda sedan.
The victim of a fatal shooting in Brooklyn drove himself to police after being shot but died about an hour later.
Around 7:50 p.m. on Thursday, a 28-year-old man was shot around 1885 Flatbush Ave., an AutoZone location, in Brooklyn’s Flatlands neighborhood, according to police. He then drove himself to a nearby police station.
After driving the four blocks to the 63rd Precinct headquarters, the victim died around 8:50 p.m. after police put him into an ambulance to take him to Kings County Hospital, the New York Daily News reported. Officials were looking for four men in connection to the shooting, three of whom drove away in a green or gray Mazda sedan while the fourth fled on foot.
The investigation remained ongoing, according to officials, who have not yet released the victim’s identity.
About thirty minutes after the Flatlands shooting, another shooting at 2602A Linden Blvd. in East New York, Brooklyn, left a 20-something man dead from a gunshot wound to his torso, police reported. No arrests have been made, and that investigation also remained ongoing Friday morning.