Crown Heights residents rally against violence

Some Crown Heights residents are rallying today hoping to stop the violence in their neighborhood after two recent shootings.Members of Save the Streets say they

BROOKLYN - Some Crown Heights residents are rallying today hoping to stop the violence in their neighborhood after two recent shootings.

Members of Save the Streets say they hope public outcry will help curb violence.

Organizers say this year there have been at least 66 shootings in the area.

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