Police hunted late into the night for the gunman who opened fire Tuesday on a subway train in Brooklyn, an attack that left 10 people wounded by gunfire and once again interrupted New York City’s long journey to post-pandemic normalcy.
New York City Subway Shooting: What We Know
Authorities were still searching Wednesday morning for the gunman who set off smoke grenades and shot 10 people in a New York subway car. The incident happened during Tuesday morning rush hour in Brooklyn. Five are in critical condition but are expected to survive. The New York Police Department is looking for a person who may be connected to the case, Frank R. James, who posted rambling videos on social media about violence and racism in America. Here's the latest.