A livery cab driver was found shot and bleeding in a Crown Victoria at the corner of Parade Place and Crooke Avenue in Brooklyn around 2 a.m. It's believed the shooting took place after a robbery. According to WPIX, "His car had slammed into a parked vehicle, and he was found on the floor behind the front seats. He was transported to a local hospital with gunshot wounds to the torso and was pronounced deadly shortly after." The victim, 45, was apparently working as an unlicensed driver. A few weeks ago, a livery cab driver was shot by passengers after a fare argument in the Bronx.
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