NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Amid New York Metropolis’s rising toll of gun violence, a younger sufferer of a stray bullet capturing is being remembered Tuesday.
Fourteen-year-old Aamir Griffin was shot and killed on a Queens basketball court docket in November 2019.
Now, the court docket will reopen after a two-year closure.
It has been renovated and can embrace pictures of Griffin, whose dad and mom are anticipated to be there for a ribbon chopping at midday.
Afterward, there will probably be a barbecue and basketball recreation.