Two 16-year-old boys were shot and injured, one critically, when gunfire erupted outside of a Police Athletic League recreation center in the Bronx on Thursday night, cops said.
The critically injured teen was shot in the head and the other 16-year-old was hit in the leg when bullets flew in front of the facility on Longwood Avenue near Fox Street around 8:50 p.m., according to police.
Both teens were taken to nearby hospitals, authorities said. No arrests have been made.
They were among a crowd of people leaving the recreation center when they were shot, sources said.
Another group was passing by around the time of the shooting, though it’s unclear if that’s where the gunfire came from.
A worker at a nearby bodega said he heard three gunshots one after another.
“Really loud boom, boom, boom — consecutive,” he told The Post.
The staffer was unfazed by the shooting, saying it’s just a normal day in the Bronx.
Thursday’s gun violence follows another shooting involving teens a day earlier.