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Brooklyn Subway Shooting: Video & Photos [GRAPHIC]

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Illustrative video and photos have emerged of the Brooklyn subway mass shooting that reported unexploded explosives. You can see the videos and photos in this story but be warned they are graphic because they show bloodied people lying on the ground.

The New York Times reported that 13 people were injured. The suspect is at large.

The video showed smoke billowing from the subway car as it arrived at the station.

Details came just after the morning’s incident, and it’s not yet clear exactly how many victims there are or if anyone has died. It’s also not clear who the suspect is, other than a general description, and what the motive for the attack is. However, the videos and photos confirmed a chaotic scene on a subway platform in Sunset Park at 36th Street.

NBC New York described the suspect as “a male, approximately 5ft 5in tall, weighing 180 pounds, wearing a gas mask and an orange construction vest,” according to law enforcement sources. The broadcaster reported that five people were allegedly shot dead.

A witness told the New York Post the suspect was a “5-foot-5 black man, about 170 pounds, wearing an orange vest and a gas mask,” and said she saw him “drop some kind of top hat.” that sparked overhead. ”

According to the New York Daily News, the man, wearing a construction vest, “threw a smoke bomb onto a southbound R train and then opened fire on passengers” as the subway doors closed.

“Regarding the multiple people who were shot dead at the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn, there are NO active explosive devices at this time. Witnesses are asked to call @NYPDTips at #800577TIPS. Please stay away from the area. Other information provided when available,” NYPD tweeted.

Here’s what you need to know:


A video showed blood and people lying on the ground in the subway station

A video A caption circulated on social media (above) saying someone was shot and a fire started. There have been mixed reports of five or six people being shot dead, but authorities have not yet released the number of victims.

CNN’s Brian Stelter tweeted, “A local Brooklyn official tells @jamiestelter that preliminary information indicates five people were injured in the Sunset Park subway shooting. Subject to change.”

Several people were shot dead at the Brooklyn subway station in Sunset Park on April 12, 2022, NBC New York confirmed. The mass shooting took place on 36th Street.

Fox5 also reported a “possible explosion” at the crime scene.


A widely circulated photo showed bloodied people lying on the ground

The Derek French Photo page on Twitter shared the above photo and wrote, “Several people were shot dead at the 36 Street station by two people in #sunsetpark. All are currently being transported to #NewYork #Brooklyn Hospital.” He describes himself as a New York photojournalist.

French was immediately inundated by New York news outlets requesting that his photo be used.

NYC Fire Wire tweeted, “Brooklyn *10-75* Box 7032. 36th St & 4th Ave. MCI – Several people shot dead on subway. RTF to staging.”

Konrad Aderer tweeted“I was on my way to the 36th Street Station in Brooklyn when a young man who was bleeding from his legs said that people were injured and bleeding. I’m sure almost home #SunsetPark.”

NYPD News tweeted, “NOTE: Due to investigation, avoid the area around 36th Street and 4th Avenue in Brooklyn. Expect emergency vehicles and delays in the area.”

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Ethan Gach

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