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Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police identified the man who was killed in a possible gang-related shooting in Deer Park early Thursday morning as a 25-year-old Wyandanch native.Jean Yves was at the wheel of a white Cadillac when he and two others pulled into the parking lot of Night Owl Lounge at 2:22 a.m. on Long Island Avenue when gunfire erupted. Police said two people in a group standing outside the bar opened fired more than a dozen shots at the car, killing Yves and injuring one of his passengers. The third person in the car was not injured, police said.The two gunman fired at the car “within a couple of seconds,” Det. Lt. Jack Fitzpatrick told the Press. Investigators believe the shooting is gang related “based on information we’ve received,” Fitzpatrick said. He declined to elaborate.Yves was pronounced dead at a local hospital. The other shooting victim, who has yet to be identified, suffered a gunshot wound to the chest. A police spokeswoman said Thursday that he was listed in serious condition.Homicide detectives are continuing the investigation. Anyone with information regarding the fatal shooting is asked to call the Homicide Squad at 631-852-6392 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
The RTE presenter passed away on Monday evening after a three-year battle against motor neurone disease, having been diagnosed with the fatal neurological disorder in April 2010. Last year he was recognised with a People of the Year Award for his work in highlighting the debilitating disease, while in the course of his sports broadcasting career, he covered a large number of national and international events, including the Cheltenham Festival since 1990. Press Association Although able to cross all sporting codes, Murray will forever be associated with racing and was given an industry award by Horse Racing Ireland in 2010. Murray is survived by his wife, Anne, daughters Kate and Patricia and his sister, Mary. Leading National Hunt jockeys Davy Russell and Barry Geraghty paid their respects to Murray on Twitter. Russell said: “Very sad to hear of the passing of Colm Murray. A true sports fan and gentleman who adored his racing. Thoughts are with his family.” Geraghty said: “Very sad news to hear of RTE sports correspondent Colm Murray’s passing. He was such a nice man and a great supporter of racing and all sports.” Taoiseach Enda Kenny said Murray was the voice of Irish racing for many years and he lit up the coverage of racing with his passion and enthusiasm. ”I had the pleasure of being in Colm’s company recently and could see he was a proud Westmeath man who brought out the best in those around him with his affability and gift for storytelling,” he said. ”I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to his wife, Ann, and daughters, Patricia and Kate, and sister, Mary. ”He is also a huge loss to all in RTE and my thoughts are with all who had the pleasure of knowing Colm during his lifetime.” Colm Murray, one of Ireland’s best-known racing broadcasters, has died at the age of 61.