NYPD officers shoot 3 males who fired on 75-person Queens party

The New York Police Department (NYPD) said its detectives apprehended three men who fired on a party in Queens late Friday night.
In a media briefing, NYPD Chief of Patrol Jeffrey Maddrey said that at approximately 11:35 p.m.
ET members of the violent crime squad were at the area of 219th Street and 130th Avenue in Springfield Gardens, Queens.
The detectives were observing a party in the area, including approximately 75 to 100 attendees.
"And, they were observing this party because they believed that there was a potential to be violence involving some of the local street crews," he explained.
They shot the guns into the vicinity of the party and the detectives – realizing that danger was imminent – exited their vehicle.
FIRST TEXAS BUS OF MIGRANTS ARRIVES IN NYC"Our detectives exchanged gunfire with the group of males and our detectives were able to apprehend three of the males," Maddrey said.
One of the shooters was transported to a local hospital in critical condition and the other two went to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.
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None of the NYPD detectives were injured, but were taken to a local hospital to be checked out for tinnitus and other ailments.
Maddrey told reporters that whether any of the recovered guns are "ghost guns" is "still being determined."
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPWhether any civilians were hit in the incident also remains unknown.
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