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Man pointing gun at crowd is shot by off-duty correction officer in New York City

During a memorial service in Queens on Sunday night, an off-duty correction officer shot a man who pointed a gun at a crowd.

Off-duty correction officer David Donegan was in the vicinity of the crowd when the incident occurred at a Queens motorcycle club around 8 p.m. during a memorial event.

Donegan quickly took out his gun and fired at the individual, striking his torso. Police confirmed that three individuals were transferred to hospital with gunshot wounds. It is unclear if Donegan was shot by the first or second shooter who got involved.

5 July 2022

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