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Police say it happened just after 6 p.m. in Brownsville.


“Sometimes we feel like we are the forgotten ones, and it's just amazing that we can get the vaccine at the same time other people are getting it,” said Gemma John, who was the first nurse at Brookdale to get vaccinated.


“Some of the bad cops, they look at us as animals,” says one man who grew up in Brownsville. “You go to work with that perspective and any little thing is ignitable.”


City and school officials said the two women had worked in the same building in Brownsville.


Robert Nelson, the president of Nelson Management Group, delivered the news himself during a tenants town hall on Tuesday.


The man was killed after he critically injured an officer, who's now in a medically-induced coma, police said.


The Congresswoman also addressed those "falling into the grips of white supremacy," telling them, "We will always be here and hold space for you to come back."


A motorist with a suspended license fatally struck a pedestrian in the Bronx this morning, hours before another woman was critically injured by a hit-and-run driver in Brooklyn.


The shooting happened shortly before 11 p.m. At a press conference on Sunday afternoon, Mayor Bill de Blasio said there were more than 100 police officers present at the time the shots were fired.