NYCHA worker wounded in shooting at Brooklyn housing project

A city housing authority groundskeeper was wounded in the crossfire during a shootout at a Brooklyn housing project Thursday, police and law enforcement sources said.

The 33-year-old victim, an employee of the New York City Housing Authority, was hit in the right thigh around 11 a.m. at Red Hook Houses on Columbia Street — with sources telling The Post he was just an innocent bystander.

He is being treated at Methodist Hospital.

A Housing Authority groundskeeper was wounded in crossfire at a Brooklyn housing project Thursday.
The 33-year-old victim was hit in the thigh at Red Hook Houses on Columbia Street about 11 a.m. Thursday.

Police said another man was hit in the chest and leg during the Thursday morning shooting and was listed in critical condition at the same hospital.

Cops have not announced an arrest in the incident and the investigation is continuing.

No further information was immediately released.