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Subway Shooting in Brooklyn: What We Know

At the height of the Tuesday morning commute, a gunman detonated a smoke bomb and shot multiple victims on a subway car in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Here's what we know right now.

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Subway Shooting in Brooklyn: What We Know
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    Initial Reports

    Shortly after the shooting, around 8:30 a.m, the initial reports came in and a confirmation from the official Twitter account of the NYPD.

    Multiple people reportedly shot at a subway station in Brooklyn; NYC Fire Dept. reported several undetonated devices.

    Multiple people reportedly shot at a subway station in Brooklyn; NYC Fire Dept. reported several undetonated devices.

    Serious news here, Brooklyn New York, multiple people have been shot at a subway station. It is not clear whether it happened on board, the train or …

    NYC Press Conference

    Sixteen total patients are being treated at local hospitals, 10 suffered gunshot wounds, and 5 are in critical but stable condition. The NYPD commissioner is asking for the public's help to locate the suspect, who is still at large.

    Reactions

    NYC Mayor Eric Adams (D) calls on New Yorkers to be resilient in the wake of the shooting. Brooklyn Nets start Kevin Durant offers prayers to the victims, and President Biden thanks civilians and first responders.

    Real-Time Updates

    Follow along with all the real-time updates over on CNN.

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