It’s every mother’s worst nightmare.
O’Neal Mosley fell into his mother’s Darassalaam arms in front of their Bedford-Stuyvesant home.
He had been shot in the torso and leg.
The 24-year-old died front of his apartment on Saturday.
‘He said, “Mom, they shot me. I’m dead,”‘ a devastated Mosley, shared with the New York Daily News.
‘He fell on the floor and I was kissing my son, doing CPR.’
According to neighbor, 17-year-old Karema Rincon, three shouts could be heard from outside.
But the terrified teen ‘didn’t dare to look outside’ out of fear for her own safety.
She added: ‘I heard someone scream, “Why do you have a gun?” and then they just ran off.’
Mosley had been sitting at her ground-floor home and jumped for the apartment door as soon as she heard the shots.
‘My (other son) said, “Don’t open the door!” I said, “My son is out there!”‘ she said.
The heartbroken mother added: ‘I’m trying to find the bullet hole but it was in his stomach.’
‘I was hugging my son. I said, ‘”Please son, don’t die.”‘
O’Neal was rushed to Woodhull Hospital, but tragically could not be revived.
The grief-stricken mother needed the help of her family to support her while she was answering questions.
O’Neal had been an honor roll student at the Urban Assembly School for Musics and Arts.
The Brooklyn native was known for his anime and map drawings.
O’Neal had been working at a Target in the area, according to relatives.