Six teens injured when gunshots erupt at New York, Brooklyn playground

A barrage of gunfire at a Brooklyn playground left six people wounded Monday afternoon.

Gunshots rang out shortly before 5 p.m. at the Harry Maze Playground on Ave. D and E. 57th St., sending several teenagers scattering for cover.

Emergency personnel took four victims to Kings County Hospital, while two more victims walked into the hospital on their own, FDNY officials said.

Their conditions were not immediately known, but an NYPD source said none of their injuries appeared to be life-threatening.

All of the victims are teenagers, and “none of the kids are talking now,” the source said.

Police are still investigating, though cops responded to early reports about a teenager shot in the waist at the playground, and a second victim found with a graze wound to his neck, on Kings Highway between Ave D. and Foster Ave, sources said.