Bronx residents link hands across the Grand Concourse to end violence

Bronx residents have linked hands across the Grand Concourse to stand up against gun and domestic violence. The concerned community members have created a human

The human chain is intended to be a

The human chain is intended to be a symbol of strength. (Credit: News 12 The Bronx)

THE BRONX - Bronx residents have linked hands across the Grand Concourse to stand up against gun and domestic violence.

The concerned community members have created a human chain stretching from West Kingsbridge Road to Van Courtlandt.

NYPD statistics dictate that the number of violent crimes in the Bronx has decreased in the past year.

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