A man was wounded in a Brooklyn shooting early Sunday morning after a fight broke out on a Crown Heights street, police said.
Photos of the crime scene show a white Mercedes sedan with three bullet holes through the drivers-side window, but police could not confirm if the 35-year-old victim was seated in the car when he was shot.
The gunfire erupted after a fight near the corner of Rochester Avenue and Eastern Parkway at about 3:50 a.m., police said.
The victim was hit once in the upper torso and once in the neck, authorities said. He was rushed to Kings County Hospital and expected to survive, police said.
The gunman fled south on Rochester Avenue after the shooting and has not been arrested. He was last seen wearing a grey sweatshirt and a black hat.
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