Last night, a baby being walked in his stroller was grazed by a stray bullet in the Bronx. According to WABC 7, "His mother heard him scream and saw him bleeding. She ran to firefighters at nearby Ladder Co. 48."

The shooting occurred around 10:30 p.m. near the Seneca Houses in the Hunts Point section. The baby, Trayvon Bunson, 2 months old, was taken to Lincoln Hospital and released later. Witnesses say six shots were fired.

Baby Trayvon's aunt said, "Everything needs to change. The community and the people in it. They need to stop letting people buy guns. People don’t care if there are old ladies or babies on the streets. They don’t care who is around."

This has been a violent summer for youths—a four-year-old was killed by a stray bullet, as was a 14-year-old. A 13-year-old was fatally shot in the back last week. Four teens were shot in a Brooklyn playground, while a Brooklyn drive-by shooting left six injured, including a two-year-old. And a 10-year-old was hit by a stray bullet near Yankee Stadium last week.