shooting outside Rep. Zeldin’s home in NY; The family was not injured



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Sunday in Shirley, New York, Rev. The congressman and Republican gubernatorial candidate said in a statement that two people were injured in the shooting on Lee Seldin’s property. Zeldin’s family was unharmed.

“My 16-year-old daughters, Mikayla and Arianna, were doing homework at our house, and my wife, Diana, and I were in the car, leaving the Bronx Columbus Day Parade in Morris Park,” Seldin said.

The two men who were shot were lying in bushes under the family’s front porch and front porch, Zeldin said.

“When they heard the gunshots and screams, my daughters ran upstairs, locked themselves in the bathroom, and immediately called 911. They were very quick and smart every step of the way, and Diana and I are very proud of them.”

The circumstances surrounding the shooting are unclear. But Suffolk County police said Seldin’s family had nothing to do with the shooting. The police media spokesperson said that the two injured in the incident have been taken to the local hospital for treatment.

Zeldin said police investigators came to his home and were given security footage from the family’s home cameras. He said the identities of the two people were not known.

“My daughters are shaking, but OK,” she said. “Like many New Yorkers, crime has gone to our front door. My family is grateful to everyone who has reached out and will provide another update when we can.

Zeldin has made criticism of rising crime a central theme in his gubernatorial campaign against incumbent Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul. He Attacked by a man with a sharp object campaign in July.

Hochul tweeted on Sunday evening that he was informed about the filming.

“While we await further details, I am relieved to hear that Zeld’s family is safe and grateful for the quick response of law enforcement,” he wrote.

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