NEW YORK - A girl sitting at her dining room table was hit by a bullet when shots were fired outside her Queens home.
The NYPD says it happened about 11:15 p.m. on Tuesday on 113th Road in the St. Albans section.
The 15-year-old girl was hit in the right shin. EMS took her to Cohen Children's Hospital in Manhasset for treatment. She was listed in stable condition.
"Right now she's in very good condition," Mohammad Hossain, the father of the victim, told reporters on Wednesday. "She has a bullet on the right-side leg."
Police say that multiple shots hit the home and one bullet went through the front window, hitting the girl. The NYPD does not believe that the home was targeted in the shooting.
Ifam Aly, a neighbor, told FOX 5 NY that he heard "tat, tat, tat" sounds.
"Sounded like fireworks — we thought it was fireworks," Aly said. "After some time, a lot of police were coming and I opened the door and saw it was my neighbor."
Police haven't arrested any suspects.