Two NYPD officers were shot dead on Tuesday night, answering a call to a mobile phone shop in New York's Queens District, CBS New York. The official was killed in what seems to be an "absolute tragic case of friendly fire," NYPD Commissioner James O & Neill said at a press conference on Tuesday.
Police Union, Police Charity Association, tweeted that killed a detective in his office and was injured by a sergeant.
This incident divorced when officials responded to what seemed like an armed robbery at the T-Mobile store. The soundtrack that the officer has heard, "Shots fired!" Shots fired! ”
CBS New York Announcements Both officials were in a hurry to the Jamaican Hospital Medical Center, where sources say one of them has been declared dead. The police said at least one suspect was shot and rushed to the local hospital where he was detained.
The mayor of New York de Blasio was informed of the situation and came to the Jamaican hospital, said his spokesman Eric Phillips.
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Officials urged to avoid the Richmond Hill district due to high police involvement in photography. The Associated Press said the shop door was blown up and the glass fragments burned the sidewalk.
A large number of officials gathered at the hospital, together with senior police officers. This is the second time a police officer has been shot in the city in the last three months. December. The Staten Island official had a friendly fire as officials responded to an internal dispute.
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