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Monday, May 20, 2013
14-year-old girl shot dead while riding on bus in Queens
A gunman fired up to 10 shots at the Q6 bus as it idled at Sutphin Boulevard and Rockaway Ave. on Saturday. It was not known if the girl, identified by police as Daja Robinson, was the target. The gunman remained at large.
A callous gunman blasted away at a city bus in Queens on Saturday, killing a 14-year-old girl riding inside, officials said.
Police sources said the unidentified shooter fired off up to 10 shots at the Q6 bus as it idled by a bus stop near Baisley Pond Park on Sutphin Boulevard and Rockaway Boulevard in South Jamaica just after 8:45 p.m.
The bus was hit a number of times, police sources said.
One bullet burst through a window, striking 14-year-old passenger Daja Robinson, in the head, police sources said.
It remained unclear Saturday night whether the girl was the gunman’s intended target.
KENDALL RODRIGUEZ FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
It was unknown if the 14-year-old girl was the intended target.