A gunman shot a 14-year-old kid outside of a Bedford-Stuyvesant high school on Monday afternoon.
Cops responded to the shooting at around 2:45 pm at the corner of Fulton Street and Utica Avenue, where they found the male teenager bloodied near which the Boys and Girls High School.
The incident took place during final period, according to the school’s bell schedule.
EMS rushed the student, who was not identified, to a local hospital in stable condition, cops say. The police have not yet identified any suspects.
The teen is only the latest young New Yorker maimed as a result of gun violence.
Two teens were shot by another adolescent last month at the Kings Plaza Shopping Center in Mill Basin, while earlier this month an 18-year-old was shot while sitting in a parked car in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Among other things, Mayor Eric Adams has blamed drill, a popular but controversial rap subgenre, for the spike in youth crime, especially as a number of drill rappers have been slain in recent months.
Citywide, there has been 174 shootings since Jan. 1, which marks a significant increase from the 133 shootings between New Years Day and the end of February last year, according to NYPD statistics.