NYPD cop flees from home after husband use gun against her: video

A dramatic new video captures the moment an off-duty NYPD cop escapes from a second-floor window of her Queens home as her irate husband threatens her with her own gun.

The 33-second clip shows the officer, who works for the 101st Precinct, dangling from the window ledge and jumping to officers below — with a hail of bullets erupting shortly after.

The cop called the police around 9 a.m. Tuesday when her enraged husband began “breaking everything in the house” at 130th Street and 133rd Avenue in Wakefield and grabbed the officer’s gun, according to audio of the 911 call.

“Put my f–king guns down, dummy. Please send the cops,” the woman told the dispatcher as the husband yelled in the background, “You cheated on me,” according to the 911 call obtained by The Post.

Officer Daisy Mosquera flees from her own home in Queens after her irate husband threatened her with her own gun.
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Officers responded to Mosquera's home after she called police. The video shows Mosquera jumping to safety moments before shots rang out.
Officers responded to Mosquera’s home after she called police. The video shows Mosquera jumping to safety moments before shots rang out.
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The man shot at cops when they arrived and squeezed off a shot at his wife before she jumped from the window, according to Chief of Department Rodney Harrison.

Police returned fire but a hostage negotiator was eventually able to calm the man down, Harrison said.

The man was taken into police custody after being treated for a gunshot to the right arm. Charges against him are pending.

The off-duty cop was also treated at a hospital for a broken leg, Harrison added.