She’s Struck by Stray Slug

Mystery Shot Fired On Ridgewood, Bk. St.

While walking to her parked car, a 33-year-old woman was hit by a stray bullet fired on a Ridgewood, Brooklyn street last Thursday night, Apr. 11, police reported.

The victim was listed in stable condition after driving herself to Interfaith Medical Center to seek treatment, authorities noted.

Reportedly, the incident occurred at around 7 p.m. in the vicinity of Myrtle and Gates avenues.

Law enforcement sources said the woman was heading to her vehicle when she heard shots fired, then felt pain. Police did not specify where she was hit.

After the pain persisted, she transported herself to Interfaith Hospital, where she was treated.

The case was later reported to the 83rd Precinct, and an investigation was launched in the vicinity of where the shot was fired.

Despite efforts by police, no immediate arrests were made. The case was presented to the 83rd Precinct Detective Squad for further investigation, police said.

Anyone with any information regarding the shooting that could prove helpful is asked to call the 83rd Precinct Detective Squad at 1-718-574-1796; all calls will be kept strictly confidential.

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