Teenager Recounts Moment When 14-year-old D’aja Robinson Cut Down By Gunfire On Queens City Bus

Source: Vera Chinese, Pete Donohue and Corky Siemaszko / New York Daily News

A still-stunned friend of D’aja (Asia) Robinson, the sweet 14-year-old Queens girl killed when a bullet pierced the window of a Q6 bus, said she was just “arm-distance away from her” when the gunfire erupted.

“My friend Cene had blood all over her,” Cantress Grant, 16, told the Daily News on Monday. “I saw Asia. She was covered in blood.”
Cantress’ account of the tragic shooting came as police continued to search for the cold-blooded gunman who fired at least nine .40-caliber bullets into the side of bus Saturday night.

D’aja, a high school freshman, had just been at a”sweet 16” party at a Jamaica club and had boarded the bus with her pals, bound for another birthday bash off Woodhaven Blvd. She took a window seat just behind the rear exit door.

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