Shooting in Newark, two children injured at red light

Two children, including a 4-year-old, and an adult were injured after a gunman fired at their car which was stopped at a red light in Newark on Wednesday night, according to a report.

The children’s mother was also inside the vehicle when a shooter inside a car that stopped next to them opened fire at the corner of Irvine Turner Boulevard and West Street Kinney around 5:50 p.m., WABC-TV reported.

The 4-year-old child, another child and a 30-year-old man were hit by bullets. The mother was not injured, the station reported.

The adult was hospitalized in serious condition, while the two children were listed in stable condition.

The car the suspect was in was stolen from Kearny after its owner left the keys inside, according to the outlet.

Two children and an adult were injured after a gunman fired on their car.
Police at the scene of the shooting.
Police are still looking for the shooter.

Newark police did not immediately provide any information about the shooting when contacted for comment by The Post on Wednesday evening.

New York Post

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