New York: With no sign of gun control becoming law and President Donald Trump once again endorsing the right to bear arms at his Minneapolis rally, Crown Heights here in Brooklyn saw a deadly shootout at a social club in the ongoing killing spree across the US.
Police said at least four were killed in a Saturday morning shooting in Brooklyn that left five others injured. Authorities responded to a call of shots fired in the vicinity of Utica Avenue and Michael Griffith Street in Crown Heights around 7 a.m.
Four men were found dead at the scene while five others were taken to the hospital in serious condition. The possibility of gangland war cannot be ruled out.