Two elderly women were grazed by bullets in their Queens home after a gunman opened fire during a fight on the street outside, police said.
The innocent bystanders, both believed to be in their 70s, were inside their house on 136th Avenue near 220th Place in Laurelton at about 11:30 p.m. when the fight broke out, cops said.
A suspect squeezed off multiple rounds, firing bullets into the women’s home, authorities said.
One of the ladies was grazed in the shoulder. The other was struck in the forearm, cops said.
They were both rushed to a nearby hospital and were expected to recover, police said.
The suspects who got into the fight had scattered by the time cops arrived. No arrests were immediately made, and police are investigating the shooting.