NYC: Man, 23, expected to live after being shot four times on Harlem street

A man was expected to survive four gunshot wounds he suffered in an argument on a Harlem street Sunday night.

The 23-year-old victim was arguing with a group of men on the corner of St. Nicholas Ave. and W. 118th St. at about 8 p.m. when he was shot twice in the leg and twice in the stomach, cops said.

The shooter, who wore a mask, fled the scene.

Medics took the victim to Harlem Hospital , where he was in stable condition late Sunday.

Police also focused their attention on a deli a block away from the shooting scene, at W. 118th St. and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.

The shooting took place about four blocks east of Morningside Park, where Barnard College student Tessa Majors was stabbed to death Wednesday.


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