A woman and a three-year-old girl were shot Saturday evening in Times Square, police sources told The Post.
The gunfire erupted just before 5 p.m. at West 44th Street and Seventh Avenue.
The victims are not related, sources said. The woman was struck in the leg and the child was hit in the upper torso, law enforcement sources said.
The two were rushed to Bellevue Hospital in stable condition, the sources said. Streets around Times Square were closed to traffic amid the chaotic aftermath.
Both are expected to survive.
“Horrible. What is it going to take? When will our leaders admit they have made a mistake? If this doesn’t shock them to reality, what will?” the NYPD PBA tweeted.
Sakho Khadim described hearing two shots and seeing a toddler with a lot of blood.
“The cops grabbed the baby and put him in the ambulance,” Khadim said. “The mother was crying. She said ‘I’m good.’ “
She then motioned to cops with a thumbs up. Khadim said.
Ciro Iova, who was at McDonald’s, said he heard three shots and saw a woman who looked to be in her late 20s on the ground.
“She was crying out for assistance,” he said.
Jesse Singh, said he was trying to deliver pizza near a Rayban store when he heard screams, but not shots, and people started running.
“I didn’t know what was going on so I started running in the opposite direction. Now I’m stuck behind barricades with these pizzas,” he said.
Robin Feld, a tourist from Los Angeles, was in disbelief.
“This is terrifying. I can’t believe he (the shooter) is on the loose,” she said.