A man was shot in a New York City hospital waiting room during an altercation but did not sustain life-threatening injuries. No one else was harmed.
According to NBC affiliate WRC, two men were involved in an argument with another man in the medical facility’s waiting area. The unidentified suspect then fired three shots, striking one individual in the arm. The suspect then fled the scene.
The unidentified male victim, aged 35, was rushed into the emergency room for surgery and is expected to survive his injuries, according to WABC.
Jacobi Medical Center went under lockdown as a precaution, though the shooting was believed to be an isolated incident, WRC reported.
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