A Wyandanch baby-sitter was shot and seriously wounded Thursday night when someone fired a gun repeatedly into a home where she was caring for three young children, Suffolk police said.
The children were unhurt, and First Squad detectives said they did not know why shots were fired at her house.
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The shots were fired at 10:50 p.m., as Antonelli "was in a first floor
front bedroom baby-sitting three young children when she was struck
multiple times in her torso," a Friday police report said.
"Due to the severe nature of her injuries, it may be necessary to have her transferred to the Stony Brook University" id="OREDU0000146">Stony Brook University
Medical Center for further treatment," the report said.
Detectives ask anyone who may have information about this incident to
call the First Squad at 631-854-8152; or Crime Stoppers at 800-220-TIPS.
Babysitter Seriously Hurt in Shooting
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