A New York state trooper was struck by a car and fired his weapon on the ramp to the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge in the Bronx Sunday afternoon, police said.
Gunshots rang out around 12:50 p.m. at the bridge entrance during a vehicle stop, police sources said.
The officer was struck by the car and taken to Elmhurst Hospital with a leg injury, and he was in stable condition, officials said. Nobody was hit by the gunfire. Video from the scene shows two males being placed under arrest.
The shooting was under investigation by state police, Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority and the NYPD, police said. One lane of the bridge was closed as part of the investigation.
The incident snarled traffic in the area.