Not even an hour after the Friday school bell rang at a Queens high school, a freshman was killed during an after-school fight. Soon after school was let out at Campus Magnet Humanities and the Arts High School (aka Andrew Jackson) in Cambria Heights, a fight broke out among a group of teenagers, ending when one of the broke out a gun and fatally shot 13-year-old Kevin Miller in the head.

The fight and shooting took place at Cambria Car Wash, on Springfield and Linden Boulevards around 3:20 p.m. A seventeen-year-old employee of the car wash was also shot in the thigh. Police said he was an innocent bystander and is in stable condition at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. It was unclear if Miller was involved in the fight.

No arrests have been made. One neighbor told the Times, “The same stuff keeps happening. This is where they always fight — since decades.The News reports that two men, ages 35 and 40, were also shot—one fatally—inside a car very nearby on 205th Street a few hours earlier. One unnamed witness described Miller's shooter as a man, not a teenager. Another neighbor said of the young victim, "He is a sweet and bright boy, he had a long life ahead of him and someone just took it away."