Family remembers victim in Empire State Building shooting

The family of the man gunned down near the Empire State Building is mourning a man who they say was the light of their lives.

YONKERS - The family of the man gunned down near the Empire State Building is mourning a man who they say was the light of their lives. Steven Ercolino was killed on Friday when police say a former co-worker shot him on a Manhattan street. Paul Ercolino, his brother, says that Steven had a zest for life. He says that Steven will be sorely missed in their family and in their community. Paul Ercolino told News 12 Westchester that their family is grateful for the community's support. Ercolino leaves behind a girlfriend and son.Residents, tourists on edge after Empire State Building shooting

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