Multiple people were shot and unexploded devices were found at a New York City train station
Multiple people were shot Tuesday morning in an attack at a New York City train station
At least five people were shot Tuesday morning at a subway station in Brooklyn, New York, per The Associated Press.
Driving the news: Authorities said 13 people were injured at the scene, but only five had been shot, per AP.
- It’s unclear how those other injuries occurred.
- No deaths have been reported.
What happened: Fire officials responded to reports of smoke at a subway station at 36th Street in the Sunset Park neighborhood.
- Multiple people were found shot and injured.
- There were also undetonated devices at the scene, according to The Associated Press.
- The suspect was reportedly dressed in construction attire and a gas mask, according to NBC New York.
- The suspect has not been caught yet.
Of note: Per NBC New York, multiple photos were posted to social media that “showed people bloodied on the platform, and Citizen app footage showed a heavy law enforcement presence at the scene.”
What they’re saying: Gov. Kathy Hochul said in a statement that she was briefed on the situation and an investigation would continue.
- President Joe Biden has not issued a statement on the shooting yet.