A teenager was shot and left for dead Wednesday in the middle of a Brooklyn street – where his body blocked a passing snow plow that became caught in the middle of the crime scene.
Trevon Dickens, 19, was found shot one time in the head outside 752 East 91 Street near Avenue B in East Flatbush around 6:15 p.m., police said.
A snow plow with the city’s Sanitation Department was in the middle of clearing the street when it came across the body, cops said.
Police cordoned off the crime scene – with the plow in the middle – with blue tape as they investigated. Dicken’s body was draped in a white sheet.
Dickens, of East New York, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police haven’t made any arrests or identified a motive.