Halloween Scare as Gunman Opens Fire in Union Square

A gunman opened fire on the late-night crowd milling about Union Square a little before 1 a.m. last night, as revelry associated with the Halloween Parade was winding down in downtown Manhattan.

According to the Associated Press, four people were wounded near 14th Street and Union Square West; all are in the hospital and none of the injuries from early reports was said to be life-threatening.

AP, via WCBS Radio

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