"It was like 9:00 or so. And, you know, we saw commotion, we saw a cop cars pulling up, so we were concerned you weren't going to go outside and check what was going on. But we didn't actually go downstairs, which we're glad we didn't. But you know, we saw an ambulance coming out with a stretcher with a person on in, their leg was injured. I'm not sure exactly what went on or was going on. And then we saw after that two ambulances coming out with two people hopping on one leg."
At least five people were shot and injured Tuesday at a New York City subway station during the mormimg rush hour. .
Fire personnel responding to reports of smoke at the 36th Street station in Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood at around 8:30 a.m. found at least 13 people were hurt, but — aside from the five shot — there were no details on what those injuries entailed.
According to multiple law enforcement sources briefed on the investigation, preliminary information indicated that the suspect who fled was a man wearing a construction vest and a gas mask.
Fire and police officials were investigating reports that there had been an explosion, but the police department tweeted that there were "no active explosive devices at this time." Multiple smoke devices were found on the scene, said mayoral spokesperson Fabien Levy, who confirmed the initial shooting injury count.
At least 11 people were being treated at two local hospitals.
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