A shooting victim said that NYC hospital sent him home with a live bullet still lodged in his neck and instructed him to come back 4 days later to get it removed.
Ricardo Acevedo was hit with a bullet while replacing a security camera outside a Bronx convenience store. Investigators believe the shots were fired by a youth aiming for someone else.
Although doctors at St. Barnabas Hospital treated the wound he was asked to go to an affiliated clinic on Monday to get the bullet removed.
Bullets also injured two teenage girls. Police haven't made any arrests in the case so far.