Eric Adams talks recent Brooklyn shootings and curbing gun violence

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BROOKLYN — After a recent string of shootings in Brooklyn, including gunfire that left a 22-month-old boy dead Monday, many residents are looking for answers.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams spoke with PIX11’s Dan Mannarino about the uptick in gun violence in his borough and across New York City.

Plus, Adam shared how he thinks police and the community can take action to begin to curb deadly shootings.

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