The shooters set foot at the AH grocery store on the corner of Pittkin Avenue and Waiona Street in eastern New York around 4 pm on Sunday. I started firing many times.
“I called 911. That’s it. Someone shoots someone in my store,” said store co-owner Ghamdan Mashrah.
The owner, Burhan Mashrah, stood in the store drinking coffee about the length of his arm from the victim when the ammunition was fired. A few hours later, a nightmare regenerated himself in his mind, and Barhan wiped out the bloody crime scene.
“I’m still a little upset. Too much stress you know,” he said.
My brother Gamdan was sitting behind the cash register at the time.
The shooter then ran out of stores after shooting. The crime scene was active for several hours to gather evidence.
As soon as the investigators left the scene, the brothers were traumatized and resumed deli for business.
Hard-working immigrants from Yemen continue to run deli every day until midnight. They say they are here to serve their customers, no matter how close the crimes occur.
The brothers say the man whose head was shot is a regular customer. The shooters say they didn’t re-recognize.
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