- Shooting occurred on a construction site on West 59th Street and 11th Avenue
- Witnesses said the victim was a foreman who died at the scene
- Police have not yet found the gunman and SWAT teams are in the area
- The shooting took place at around 8am on Thursday morning
A man has been killed in a shooting on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Police have not yet been able to track down the gunman who opened fire at a construction site on West 59th Street near 11th Avenue.
Witnesses told DailyMail.com the shooting appeared to happen on the 32nd floor of the building.
SWAT teams were seen entering it after other workers were evacuated on Thursday morning.
Construction workers stand in the street outside a work site where a man, who was described by witnesses as a foreman, was shot on Thursday morning
Police and construction workers stand in the street after a shooting on West 59th Street near 11th Avenue on Manhattan’s Upper West Side on Thursday morning
The victim was a construction worker who was pronounced dead at the scene, witnesses said.
According to sources at the scene, the victim was a foreman who was shot by another construction worker.
More information is to follow.
There was a large police presence at the scene immediately after the shooting on Thursday