A two-year-old child is in a critical condition in hospital after a shooting in Brent, north-west London.
The gunfire also struck three adults as the incident unfolded in Energen Close, Harlesden, NW10 at around 21:45 hours on Wednesday, 3rd June.
Officers, along with their colleagues from the London Ambulance Service and London’s HEMs, rushed to the scene and were met with four casualties, all of whom were suffering from gunshot wounds.
the two-year-old child and an adult male are currently in hospital in a critical condition: two other victims, another male and a female, sustained non-life threatening injuries.
No arrests have yet been made, and enquires are on-going. The exact age of the child has not been released.
Any witnesses or anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting reference 8326/03june.
To remain anonymous, please contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 1111
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