A wild shootout in front of a motorcycle club on the border of Park Slope and Boerum Hill left one man dead and another wounded, said cops and witnesses.
Shortly before 7:20 a.m., a group of about thirty people came out screaming in front of the God's Only Demons Motorcycle Club on Butler Street, near Fourth Avenue, witnesses said.
A gunman fired at the crowd, shooting a 43-year-old man in the head, and firing at least seven times, according to witnesses. He died at the scene, cops said.
The gunman then opened fire on a 33-year-old man in front of 355 Butler Street. The victim was wounded in the torso and went to New York Methodist Hospital on his own, cops said.
"They've been running private parties every weekend for the past year there," said a nearby business owner, who called the police. "It's getting out of control! They have no security, no metal detectors.
When they all came out screaming, I saw one guy walk across the street and start shooting back at the crowd. Then he jogged down Fourth and shot at another guy."
A nearby SUV was also riddled with bullets.
The owner of the car, 44-year-old Bishop Lloyd said, "If I was sitting in it, I'd be dead right now because the bullet holes in the windshield are right in front of the driver's seat."
An employee at JDS Plumbing Supply said he and his co-workers also witnessed the mayhem.
“I heard seven shots down the block,” the man said.
“And there were four shots right in front of our building — He shot the guy four times,” said the witness, apparently referring to the victim who was shot dead.
“He ran right by us,” said the witness. “We all thought he was going to come in and kill us all.”
The suspect had a chrome gun and wore a gray hoodie, the witness said.
Hours later, at around 10 a.m., police were seeking a suspect barricaded inside of the motorcycle club.
The shooting happened about seven blocks from the Barclays Center on Atlantic Avenue. The killing was the first homicide reported in the 78th Precinct in more than a year.