Drive-by gunman critically wounds two who had left baby shower

A drive-by gunman critically wounded a man and woman who had just left a Queens baby shower in a BMW with a 14-year-old boy in the back seat early Saturday, police said.

The shooter rolled up on the victims’ BMW SUV on 101st St. near 32nd Ave. in Corona about 3:30 a.m. and fired at least three rounds through the driver’s-side window and door.

The 31-year-old BMW driver was hit in the elbow and stomach while the 37-year-old woman sitting next to him was struck in the back and arm, officials said. The teen in the back seat was not struck. The victims had just left a baby shower, cops said.

The gunman sped off and has not been caught.

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One of the vehicles involved in Saturday's drive-by shooting.

One of the vehicles involved in Saturday’s drive-by shooting.

(Vic Nicastro/for New York Daily News)

The bleeding driver somehow managed to drive half a mile to the 115th precinct stationhouse on Northern Blvd., where the boy ran inside for help.

Medics rushed both victims to Elmhurst Hospital in critical condition, officials said.

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