Four wounded in two shootings Monday

Brownsville shooting
Police search for shell casings following a Dean Street shoot out. A memorial to the victim of a previous shooting is on the wall.

Shooters wounded four people in two separate incidents in Flatbush and Brownsville on Monday. 

A woman shot a 39-year-old man in the gut on E. 52nd Street near Clarendon Road at 11:50 am on Dec. 2, according to police. 

Officers with the 67th Precinct found the victim slipping into and out of consciousness, and paramedics rushed him to Kings County Hospital in serious condition, cops said. 

Later that day at 3:50 pm, two shooters waged a gun battle on Howard Avenue and Dean Street, wounding three men whom paramedics rushed to Brooklyn University Medical Center, according to police.

Police interview possible witnesses following a shooting in Brownsville Monday. (Photo by Todd Maisel)

All victims of both shootings are expected to live, cops said. 

No arrests have been made in either case. Police believe the second shooting was gang related, according to sources. 

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