12-year-old Faces Charges For Throwing Glass Bottles From 32nd Floor Of Times Square Hotel, people Thought It Was Gunshots

Wagswoofs  –  According to reports, a woman was injured and the roadway had to be temporarily shut down near Times Square when two children threw glass bottles from the 32nd floor of a hotel.

According to The New York Post, nearby residents were startled by the sound of alcohol bottles shattering, mistaking it for gunshots. In the incident, a 24-year-old woman suffered a head injury from the broken glass.

According to an anonymous police source, it is understandable why people mistook the loud noise for gunshots. The source explained that when something falls from a height of 32 stories and hits the ground, it is bound to create a loud noise.

Just days before the highly anticipated New Year’s Eve ball drop in Times Square, an incident occurred that has raised concerns. Approximately 1 million people are expected to gather in this iconic location to celebrate the start of a new year.

According to The Post, two children, aged 12 and 11, were staying at the InterContinental New York Times Square hotel when they decided to throw bottles. While the 12-year-old was charged with reckless endangerment as a juvenile, the 11-year-old was not charged due to her age.

According to the newspaper, the street was closed by the police on Friday evening for investigation.

According to a bouncer outside of Satin Dolls, throwing a bottle from the 34th floor has the potential to cause serious harm or even be fatal. He shared his personal experience of narrowly avoiding being hit by a bottle and described the incident as “insane.”

Shake Shack found itself in a situation where it had to take shelter for more than three hours. This happened because the employees believed that there was an individual attempting to jump out of a hotel window, as reported by The Post.

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