| August 24, 2012
Stray police rounds hit wounded pedestrians, officials say
After 58-year-old Jeffrey Johnson shot and killed his former co-worker near the Empire State Building in New York City, police tried to stop him. As Johnson pointed his handgun at the officers, they opened fire – and police now say it’s likely all of the wounded pedestrians were hit by their stray bullets. NBC’s Lester Holt reports.