Five people were hurt in three shootings across the Big Apple on Christmas Eve.
Four men were blasted by an unknown assailant just before midnight Friday night outside a bodega on Nostrand Ave., an NYPD spokesman told The Post.
Cops said a male suspect approached the area in front of Nostrand Deli and fired several rounds — leaving a 39-year-old in critical condition with a direct hit to his back.
The other victims were a 50-year-old shot in the right buttocks, a 41-year-old hit in the right thigh and a 42-year-old nailed in his right foot, according to the NYPD.
The assailant fled in an unknown direction, cops said.
At approximately 1:30 a.m. Saturday morning, another man was shot once in the back outside a strip club on Avenue D in East Flatbush, cops said.
The victim, who was taken to Brookdale Hospital, said he “heard shots and felt pain,” NYPD said. He did not give a description of the shooter.
A third shooting early Saturday morning resulted in no human injuries but wrecked a city bus stop.
Photos of the bus shelter at 1st Ave. and East 14th St. in Manhattan show three-quarters of one of its glass walls in shards on the ground.
No arrests have been made in relation to any of the incidents.