Relative of NBC New York Reporter Shares Story After Surviving Deadly Bronx Triple Shooting

“I thought it was a firecracker, to be honest,” 17-year-old Isaiah Duncan said.

But the pain the Bronx teen felt didn’t come from a firecracker — it came from a bullet, fired outside of his school.

Duncan, one of the students who survived being shot after gunfire erupted near the corner of Saint Ann’s Avenue and East 156th Street in the Melrose neighborhood Friday afternoon, spoke for the first time on Monday about the triple shooting that left a classmate dead.

The Mott Haven Village Prep junior, and cousin of NBC New York reporter Myles Miller, was simply walking home from school with his girlfriend when the unthinkable happened.

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