Two armed robbers entered Yusef Drame’s convenience store in Brooklyn, N.Y. After initiating the robbery, the two criminals exchanged gunfire with Drame. The criminals shot Drame in his side and in both legs. Despite his wounds, Drame was able to shoot both robbers, killing one instantly and critically wounding the other, who would later die at the hospital.
According to police, at least one of the armed robbers had an extensive criminal history.
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