Relatives have identified the two of the three men who were sprayed with 63 bullets early Saturday morning on a Queens street after a fight inside a Brooklyn nightclub as Jaime Bussereth and Jason Wood.
It is believed the argument inside the Albany Manor nightclub in Brooklyn started over a woman.
Relatives said the suspect followed the three victims 11miles from the Brooklyn nightclub to Queens, where they dropped off another friend.
While doubled parked in 33-year-old Bussereth’s Jeep Grand Cherokee, the suspect opened fired filling the three men and wounding a fourth.
The men were pronounced dead at the scene.
Bussereth leaves behind three children and twenty-seven year old Woods leaves behind a 4-year-old son in his native Jamaica.
An argument between two groups of people at a Brooklyn nightclub turned deadly in Queens.
Authorities said the argument started between two groups of revelers at Albany Manor nightclub on Wingate Avenue in Brooklyn.
Four revelers left the Brooklyn nightclub and headed to Springfield, Queens, to drop someone off and while they were double parked outside of 185-4 1144th Avenue, a car carrying the other group that the victims had gotten into the argument with rolled up next to theirs and opened fire killing three and wounding one.
The suspects then fled the scene.
Authorities said an AK-47 was used in the shooting.
As of press time police did not have anyone in custody.