Two People Shot Outside of Lee Zeldin’s New York Home – Bullet Lands Near His Teen Daughters

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New York – Two people were shot outside of GOP Congressman Lee Zeldin’s Long Island home on Sunday afternoon.

Republican Lee Zeldin is currently running against Democrat Governor Kathy Hochul in New York’s gubernatorial race.

Rep. Zeldin said one of the bullets landed near his teenage daughters.

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“Thank you to all who reached out with your concern regarding the 2 people shot this afternoon outside my home. Mikayla and Arianna were at the kitchen table doing homework. One of the bullets landed just 30 feet from them. They acted very swiftly and smartly in response.” Zeldin said.

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“After my daughters heard the gunshots and the screaming, they ran upstairs, locked themselves in the bathroom and immediately dialed 911. They acted very swiftly and smartly every step of the way and Diana and I are extremely proud of them,” Zeldin added.

Zeldin said the two shooting victims were laying down on his front porch!

“The two individuals who were shot were laying down under my front porch and the bushes in front of our porch. My understanding is that they have been transported to area hospitals. I do not know their identities,” he said.

Zeldin continued, “Like so many New Yorkers, crime has literally made its way to our front door.”

ABC 7 New York reported:

Republican nominee for New York Governor, Lee Zeldin says there was a shooting outside his home on Long Island on Sunday afternoon.

Suffolk County Police confirm they are investigating a shooting on Saint George Drive West in Shirley that injured two people.

Zeldin says the two people who were shot were laying down under his front porch and bushes out front. He says he does not know their identities and that his family is providing investigators with home security camera footage.

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