Clapham shooting: Second man charged after women injured during cop chase

A second 18-year-old has been charged ​​after a police chase involving two people on a moped left two women with gunshot injuries in Clapham on March 1.

Brolyn Dangi, of Unwin Road, Hounslow, was arrested on Tuesday.

Yesterday, he was charged with possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and theft of a vehicle at Bromley Magistrates Court. .

At the same court on March 6, Keymarni King, 18, of Cromer Road, Tooting, was charged with possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life, theft of a vehicle, injury caused by an accident and two counts of inflicting grievous bodily harm without intent.

Both men have been remanded in custody to next appear at Inner London Crown Court on April 3.

The charges relate to an incident involving a police chase on March 1.

Two people on a moped who failed to stop in the Clapham area collided with a pedestrian and crashed. 

A gun was dropped in the process, which discharged as it hit the ground, injuring two people, the Met said.

All three injured people were released from hospital.

Pictured top: A forensics officer at the scene of a shooting on March 1 (Picture: PA)

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