A chilling photo shows the hole left by a bullet in a New Jersey family’s car before it grazed the mother and miraculously missed her 4-year-old daughter on the Williamsburg Bridge over the weekend.
The snapshot was released Monday by the NYPD, along with surveillance video that captured what it described as the “time and location of the incident,” though the footage wasn’t clear when the shot was fired or where the cluster munition came from.
Distant footage shows the 21-year-old Elizabeth mother’s family car, a 2015 Dodge Dart, making a lane change in front of a dark four-door sedan on Saturday night.
The woman’s husband was driving her — and her young daughter, who was in the back seat — on the ramp on the Manhattan side of the span just before 11 p.m. when they heard a gunshot, cops said.
The bullet struck the Dodge in the rear driver’s side passenger door, narrowly missing the little girl before hitting the passenger seat’s headrest, police officers said.
The woman then realized she had been scraped on the back of her neck, police said.
Her husband, 24, turned his car over when he realized his wife had been shot and took her to Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, where she was treated and released, police said.
He told the Post on Sunday: “The bullet went through the skin on the back of her neck, down one side and out the other.
“It’s crazy what’s going on,” he added. “It’s like a war out there. I’m afraid to go out more.”
As of Monday, no arrests had been made in connection with the shooting.
https://nypost.com/2022/09/05/photo-shows-bullet-hole-in-scary-shooting-of-nj-mom-on-williamsburg-bridge/ The photo shows a bullet hole in a chilling shot at the New Jersey mother on the Williamsburg Bridge