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Police responded to 4 shootings within 3 hours in the NYC area Sunday evening, including one at 111th Street and 1st Avenue in Manhattan. (Jeff Crianza/PIX11 News)

NEW YORK — New York City police responded to four shootings within three hours on Sunday during the Memorial Day weekend.

The first shooting happened around 9:30 p.m. Sunday, at 111th Street and First Avenue, in front of the Thomas Jefferson Houses in Manhattan’s East Harlem neighborhood.

Police say a dispute started between a 25-year-old man and another man which resulted in the 25-year-old being shot in the stomach. The suspect fled the scene towards Second Avenue.

The victim was transported to New York Hospital in stable condition.

Police responded to several shootings — the locations pictured — on May 29, 2016. (Credit: PIX11)

The second incident happened around 10:50 p.m. at 155th Street and 118th Avenue in Queens South Jamaica area.

Police responded to find three men had been shot. They were transported to the hospital in stable condition.

Just a few minutes later police responded to a third shooting in Queens Richmond Hill neighborhood — at 91-60 110th Street, to find two men shot, one in the leg and the other in the stomach. They were transported to Jamaica Hospital in stable condition.

Police later responded to a fourth shooting at 20 Prince St.  in Staten Island around 11:18 p.m.

A man was found sitting in his car with a gunshot wound to his head. He was rushed to Richmond University in critical condition.

No arrests have been made in any of the shootings.