TWO more men have been charged over a drive-by shooting at a funeral that left a seven-year-old girl fighting for her life.
Armed police swooped on the funeral in Euston, North London, on January 14.
Five others including an 11-year-old girl were also injured after a shotgun was fired at mourners in a “senseless act of violence”.
A 19-year-old was charged yesterday, and police today confirmed two more men had been charged.
Tyrell La Croix, 22, from Camden, and Jordan Walters, 23, from Brent, have each been charged with six counts of Section 18 wounding with intent, the Metropolitan Police has said.
Alrico Nelson Martin, 19, was yesterday charged with possession of a shotgun with intent to endanger life and six counts of conspiracy to wound with intent.
The horror unfolded at St Aloysius Church where a memorial service was taking place for a young woman and her mum.
Gunmen opened fire from a moving Toyota C-HR at around 1.30pm as 350 people gathered for the requiem mass.
Footage showed terrified mourners screaming as they ran for cover from the shotgun blasts.
Those inside the church could be heard shouting “we need to get out” as gunshots rang through the air.
Four women aged 48, 54, 41 and 21 and two girls, aged 11 and seven, were rushed to hospital.
The seven-year-old girl was left fighting for life but her injuries have now been now described as non-life threatening.
Police confirmed the 48-year-old woman remains in hospital where she is undergoing treatment.
Fresia Calderon, 50, and her daughter Sara Sanchez, 20, were being remembered after they died within a month of each other.
Her former husband Carlos Arturo Sanchez-Coronado was a convicted member of the notorious Cali drug cartel, which featured in Netflix show Narcos.
Sanchez-Coronado, who died last year aged 56, was the first man extradited from Colombia to Britain.
Anyone with information can call police on 101 quoting reference 3357/14JAN.