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Subway Mass Shooting Leads To Panic in New York City

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Subway Mass Shooting Leads To Panic in New York City

Subway Mass Shooting Leads To Panic in New York City

Subway Mass Shooting , Leads To Panic in New York City.

'The New York Times' reports during New York City's early morning commuter rush on April 12, a man released a smoke canister and started shooting on the N train in Brooklyn.

'The New York Times' reports during New York City's early morning commuter rush on April 12, a man released a smoke canister and started shooting on the N train in Brooklyn.

So far, at least 16 are injured, 10 of them from gunfire.

Officials say around 8:24 A.M., as the N train approached the 36th Street Station, a man in a construction vest put on a gas mask and started firing at civilians.

I didn’t know what was happening.

, John Butsikares, witness to the mass shooting at 36th Street Station, via 'The New York Times'.

There was just panic.

, John Butsikares, witness to the mass shooting at 36th Street Station, via 'The New York Times'.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul plead with New Yorkers to stay “vigilant and alert.".

This is an active shooter situation right now in the City of New York.

, Governor of New York Kathy Hochul, via 'The New York Times'.

According to government officials, New York Police have yet to identify a motive behind the shooting.

According to government officials, New York Police have yet to identify a motive behind the shooting.

This is not being investigated as an act of terrorism at this time.

, Governor of New York Kathy Hochul, via 'The New York Times'.

President Biden has reportedly been briefed on the ongoing situation as well as Mayor of New York Eric Adams, who released a video statement soon after the shooting.

President Biden has reportedly been briefed on the ongoing situation as well as Mayor of New York Eric Adams, who released a video statement soon after the shooting.

N.Y.P.D.

Is searching for the suspect at large, and we will find him.

, Mayor of New York Eric Adams, via video message, as reported by "The New York Times".

N.Y.P.D.

Is searching for the suspect at large, and we will find him.

, Mayor of New York Eric Adams, via video message, as reported by "The New York Times"


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