Four teens were wounded in a shooting last night at a Brooklyn basketball court, according to the New York Post.
A 13-year-old girl, two 16-year-old boys and an 18-year-old man were struck at around 6:30 p.m. at Fish Playground in Brownsville, cops said. All of the injuries were minor.
“There was a basketball game going on and there were a lot of people in the park,” said witness Tony Herbert, who identified himself as an advocate for the neighborhood.
“Two young guys came in . . . and began firing,” he said.
Another witness, who works on Fulton Street, said, “I heard about six shots and when I came out of the store I saw kids running out of the park,” he said.
“At first, everyone was running with the two shooters, but when one turned around and flashed the gun, they all ran the opposite way.”
One of the 16-year-old victims was shot in the arm and rushed to Brookdale Hospital.
The other 16-year-old was grazed in the arm. The other two victims suffered graze wounds to the back.
Last month, five people were wounded at Harlem’s famed Rucker Park courts, and three people were shot — including Lloyd Morgan, 4, who died — at a charity basketball game at a Bronx housing project.
It wasn’t immediately clear if any of the victims were the intended targets.
Cops said at least one gunman fled the scene on a bicycle.
The bloodshed is the latest in a string of shootings at parks and basketball courts this summer.
Five people were wounded at Harlem’s famed Rucker Park on July 25. Ricardo Laing, 24, from Westchester, was charged with attempted murder.
Four-year-old Lloyd Morgan was killed on July 22 at the Forest Houses project in The Bronx after a dispute broke out at a charity basketball game.
Two others were struck by bullets that evening.
Ronald Jeffrey, 19, and Rondell Pinkerton, 17, were charged with Lloyd’s murder.
Ackeem Green, 25, was killed by a stray bullet and three others wounded June 3 outside the Saint Nicholas Houses on West 129th Street in Harlem.
No one has been arrested in that case.