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4 dead, 3 injured in shooting at private social club in New York's Brooklyn: US media

Zee News Saturday, 12 October 2019
At least four people died and several others were injured in a shooting early Saturday at a private social club in New York, US media agency NBC New York reported. The shooting happened in the Brooklyn borough of the city and at least three others were severely injured, NBC and other news outlets reported.
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News video: Brooklyn shooting at 'illegal gambling' spot leaves 4 dead: police

Brooklyn shooting at 'illegal gambling' spot leaves 4 dead: police 00:42

Four people were killed and three others injured at an 'illegal gambling location' in Brooklyn on Saturday morning, police said. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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