BY JOEY FLECHAS AND LANCE DIXON
MIAMI FLORIDA: Just before 6 p.m. on New Year’s Day, gunmen in a dark blue sedan stopped in front of a bright pink home in Northwest Miami-Dade and opened fire on a group of adults and kids who were outside.
Miami-Dade police believe four or five males were in the newer-model vehicle, which raced from the scene at Northwest 81st Street and Northwest 14th Avenue in Miami’s West Little River neighborhood. They left behind seven injured victims, four of them teenagers. Six were in stable condition Monday at local hospitals, but one 17-year-old girl, Tamyra Milfort, remained in serious condition.
“I feel terrible, and the violence needs to stop,” Percilla Scott, grandmother of one of the victims, said to Miami Herald news partner CBS4 in an interview outside Jackson Memorial Hospital. “There are too many young people getting hurt. Too many drive-bys.”
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