An innocent Queens woman is in critical condition with a gunshot wound to her head after being caught in the crossfire of two feuding gangs, law enforcement sources told The Post.
The tragedy happened in the Woodside Houses Friday evening, at the intersection of Broadway and 48th Street.
Police got a 911 call from a resident of the public housing complex, saying that about five or six teenagers in two groups were exchanging gunfire as they chased each other through the building, according to sources.
When the shootout spilled onto the street, the innocent bystander became an unintended target.
“I heard the gunshots, like 5 or 6 gunshots. I hear somebody screaming there’s a lady down on the floor,” witness Zal Alradai said.
“And then I came out, and all I see was blood on the floor. It was so loud, all I heard was pop, pop, pop, pop, pop … it was unbelievable. All you heard was cops coming like crazy,” the witness said.
A neighbor who heard the shots blamed the violence on the city’s controversial bail reform measure.
“I just heard the shots: bang, bang, bang … there was a shooting here last summer. These projects used to be good, now it’s all gangs. No bail. You get locked up, you’re out same day,” the neighbor said.
No arrests have been made, and an investigation is underway, sources said.
The age and identity of the victim is unclear.