EAST NEW YORK, Brooklyn — A woman shot in Brooklyn early Friday is believed to have been the victim of a stray bullet, according to police sources.
The NYPD said the call came in just after midnight for a 33-year-old woman wounded inside a residence on Lincoln Avenue in the East New York section of the borough.
The victim was struck in her left leg and taken by EMS to a nearby hospital, police said.
Authorities described her injuries as non-life-threatening.
No arrests had been made as of Friday morning.
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