Washington Square Park shooting, is it real or just a firework?

Washington Square Park Shooting

At Washington Square Park on Sunday night, the boom of fireworks caused terror and fear. Let’s see Washington Square Park Shooting on protestors, is it real or just a firework.

Washington Square Park Shooting

On Sunday night, the boom of explosions caused terror and fear in Washington Square Park, driving visitors from the Manhattan park.

At around 8:30 p.m., hundreds of people in the scorching heat were enjoying the Greenwich Village Park when they heard the shocking bang, according to police sources.

After the explosions, a large number of people are seen leaving the park in footage from the area. There were no shots fired, according to police officials.

What happened in Washington?

On Friday, a sizable pro-choice gathering was held in the infamous downtown park where marijuana is openly sold in front of police.

17,000 people, according to one police officer, were present. Many people were chanting, “My body, my choice,” while holding signs that read “Keep your laws off my body” and “No uterus, no opinion.”

The mob marched up 6th Avenue after the protest. At 42nd, where they stopped and sat on the ground in defiance of automobiles trying to move, over two dozen people were detained for obstructing traffic.

Photos from the Women’s National Republican Club on 51st Street appear to show that a protester nearby broke a window there and spilled an unknown liquid on the floor.

Is it real or just a firework?

On Sunday night, a tremendous noise in Washington Square Park caused crowds to flee for safety.

There had been a lot of nervous gunfire. According to NYPD Chief of Patrol Jeffrey Maddrey, no bullets were fired, but fireworks were set off at the scene. In the aftermath, there was an obvious police presence in the vicinity.

On Twitter, someone commented that the “loud booms” were not fireworks and that they had “never run so quickly for my life before.” Another person spoke of nearly being crushed. An inquiry concerning any alleged injuries at the scene was not immediately answered by the FDNY.

It is not the first time a loud boom has made people flee in New York. In 2021, a dispute caused panic in Times Square. People fled in 2019 after a motorcycle caught fire. At a Bronx mall recently, pandemonium resulted from what may have been a firecracker joke.

In New York City, it is against the law to use, purchase, sell, or transport any consumer fireworks.


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