Four young men were shot at a home in East Elmhurst, Queens last night, and the NYPD says the suspected gunman is still at large.
According to cops, officers found the four injured men at 32-14 106th St., near Northern Boulevard around 9:50 p.m. last night. CBS 2 reports that a house party was going on at the time, and there were two 25-year-old victims, one 24-year-old victim and one 34-year-old victim. One man was shot in his arm, two were shot in their torso and head, and one was shot in the face; all four were transported to Elmhurst General Hospital in stable condition.
An investigation revealed that shortly before cops arrived, an unidentified gunman approached the group of men who were hanging out at the residence. Authorities say that after the victims greeted him, the gunman pulled out a rifle and fired off about five shots before fleeing; no arrests have been made at this time.
Last night's shooting was one of three in the borough. The Post reports that woman sustained a graze wound to her head in Far Rockaway at about 10:30 p.m., and another man was hit with a BB gun bullet in Rosedale at 9:50 p.m. Both victims are expected to survive.