Not a single person was reported shot for all of Friday, Saturday and Sunday — marking the first city weekend free of shootings in at least a quarter-century, officials said Monday.
“I really don’t remember a weekend that no one was shot in the entire city,” NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan — on the job since 1982 — told The Post. “It’s a different city.”
This past weekend was the only Friday-Saturday-Sunday run without someone reported shot going back to at least 1993. The 98 hour streak was broken on Monday in the Bronx, 27-year-old victim caught a bullet in the ankle when a gunman opened fire near West 192nd Street in Fordham Manor.
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