Teenager charged in Bronx McDonald’s shooting that injured 3

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CLAREMONT, The Bronx — Police have charged a teenager in connection with a shooting at a McDonald’s in the Bronx that left three people injured Friday night.

The shooting happened just after 7:30 p.m., in the vicinity of 1625 Webster Ave., in the Claremont section of the borough. Witnesses said one of the three victims was sitting outside when the gunman opened fire.

Police say one person was shot and another injured from a knife wound. A third victim was injured by falling glass.

Police said they arrested Jose Santana, 17, of the Bronx roughly an hour after the shooting occurred.

Santana was charged with assault; reckless endangerment; criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a firearm.

The conditions of the victims were not immediately clear Saturday afternoon.

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