Two men in critical condition after two double shootings in NYC

Two double shootings early Sunday in Manhattan and Brooklyn left two teens wounded and two men fighting for their lives, according to police.

The bullets flew first around 1 a.m. in Brooklyn when a gunman opened fire on a 45-year-old man and 43-year-old man, hitting both once in the chest, the NYPD said.

The shooter fired at the men for unknown reasons at the corner of Flatbush Avenue and Beverley Road and then fled in a black vehicle, cops said.

The two victims were taken to Kings County Hospital in critical condition.

About an hour later at 2 a.m., gunfire rang out in Manhattan at West 104th Street and Amsterdam Avenue when a gunman shot two teens in the back, cops said.

The teens were walking when a white sedan approached them, and a stranger got out of the car and fired multiple rounds at them, police said. The man got back in the car and fled.

The teenagers were taken to St. Luke’s Hospital in stable condition, the spokesman said.

Credit: NYPOST

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