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Police said Juana Perdomo Soriano was hit when two teams began shooting at each other.

It is the latest incident of bystanders in New York City becoming victims of gun violence. This time, a 61-year-old woman was the unwanted goal.

“I felt bad, bad,” warehouse manager Adel Nasser told CBS2’s Elijah Westbrook.

Nasser is probably one of the managers of the warehouse on East 188th Street, near the Grand Concourse. Instead of opening the store at 6 a.m. m. Tuesday to prospects as they approached work, he spent the first quarter of an hour of his shift wiping off the blood.

“I feel bad for this woman. This New York City is too crazy right now,” he added.

Victim

He mentioned that he noticed the woman walking down the street when the shots rang out. She tried to run into the store, but was shot in the back by some kind of bullet.

“EMS transported our victim to St. Barnabas Hospital, where she, unfortunately, was pronounced deceased,” said New York Police Chief Eric Fernandez. “A preliminary investigation reveals that there are two groups of men having a dispute on the south side of 188th Street between Creston and the Grand Concourse.”

The victim’s family told CBS2’s Kevin Rincon that she came to the US from the Dominican Republic about three years ago. She lived in the Bronx all that time. José Guzmán said that the family is a model of the history of the immigrant. The victim is survived by her two children and her three grandchildren.

Family

The family is now among many New Yorkers calling for an end to gun violence.

Others seemed not to understand the devastating incident.

“I think it’s terrible on some fronts. You have this poor woman’s family, and they will tell her family that she is no longer with us. You have this store owner now having to clean this up,” one person said.

New York Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell called it another senseless act of violence and said more officers are likely to be on the streets in an effort to find those responsible.

Chaplain Robert Rice, the division’s neighborhood affairs liaison, said the community wants to talk and more wants to finish to address underlying issues.

“We have to find a way to get these guns off the street,” Rice said.

A vigil was held Tuesday night at the photo taking website. As CBS2’s Ali Bauman experiences, her two sons spoke through sobs about the senselessness of gun violence.

“You just took a grandmother, a mom, and she is my mom,” said Víctor Perdomo Soriano. “She went from work to get her hair done, and that’s it. She She went to the store and they killed her like that?

“She was a woman who cared not only for the family but also for the community,” said Bishop P. Rodríguez.

Killed

Her death marks the second individual killed by a stray bullet in New York City in 5 days. Police have not made any arrests in both cases.

“We beg everyone who knows anything to go out and talk to the NYPD,” Rodriguez said.

Soriano’s children mourn a single bullet, she will not be here to see her three grandchildren grow up.

“Something has to change,” said Eric Perdomo Soriano.

“It has to. It has to be like that,” said Víctor Perdomo Soriano.

“It could be any of you,” said Eric Perdomo Soriano.

“Anyone you love will happen to them because I never thought this would happen to my mother,” said Víctor Perdomo Soriano.

The family is making arrangements for Soriano’s funeral in the Dominican Republic.

Anyone with details about the taking of the photos is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a tip through their website or via DM on Twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are kept confidential.

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