Suspect Still At-Large After NYC Subway Shooting Rampage Leaves 13 Injured Amid Bomb Scare

A New York City subway station became the scene of a grisly shooting rampage, as a suspect dressed in construction gear is now wanted by police authorities in connection with the heinous attack.



At 36th Street Station in Brooklyn at approximately 9:30 a.m., a smoke device was reportedly set off. A gunman said to be wearing a gas mask and construction vest opened fire and then fled the scene.

Update: The suspect is now being described as a “black male” who is about 5’5″.

Thirteen people were reported injured by the attack, which was accompanied by a bomb scare. The NYPD said that there are currently no active explosive devices.

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“In regard to the multiple people shot at the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn, there are NO active explosive devices at this time. Any witnesses are asked to call @NYPDTips at #800577TIPS. Please stay clear of the area. More provided information when available,” NYPD News tweeted.

Bloody subway passengers lay in the aisles after the traumatic incident. Graphic and disturbing photos arose on social media showing the carnage.

Injured civilians reached out to loved ones following the attack.

Paraphernalia were scattered on the bloody subway ramp amidst the panic and confusion.



There was blood tracked all over the subway following the shooting attack.

The NYPD is looking for a male suspect who was last seen wearing a gas mask and an orange construction vest.

The mass shooting attack follows one day after a Biden administration push for stronger gun control measures, including a ban on “ghost guns.”

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