FDNY EMT survives six bullets shot into car while driving with her children

An off-duty EMT driving her two sons on an errand in Brooklyn survived a barrage of bullets on Tuesday that ripped through her car — narrowly missing her children and piercing the driver’s side headrest.

The emergency medical technician, who asked that her name be withheld for security concerns, told the Daily News that the horrific attack came out of nowhere as she sat at a red light near Broadway and MacDougal St. around 5 p.m.

Windshield of EMT’s vehicle was shot out by random gunfire in Brooklyn on Tuesday. (Obtained by New York Daily News) An off-duty EMT driving her two sons on an errand in Brooklyn survived a barrage of bullets on Tuesday that ripped through her car — narrowly missing her children […]

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