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Brooklyn metro shooting live updates: NYPD closes examination at 36th Street station

Follow the New York Post’s live updates of Tuesday’s subway shooting attack at Brooklyn’s 36th Street station, which left at least 29 people injured.

Follow the New York Post’s live updates of Tuesday’s subway shooting attack at Brooklyn’s 36th Street station, which left at least 29 people injured.

Follow the New York Post’s live updates of Tuesday’s metro shooting assault at Brooklyn’s 36th Street station, which left no less than 29 individuals harmed.

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Brooklyn metro shooter likely ‘acted alone,’ Mayor Adams guarantees New Yorkers
The shooter who released a blast of shots on a jam-packed Brooklyn metro Tuesday morning was undoubtedly acting alone, Mayor Eric Adams guaranteed scared New Yorkers Wednesday.

“There’s no proof… that there was an associate,”

Hizzoner said on MSNBC’s

“Morning Joe”

early Wednesday.

“It seems he was acting alone. We’re requesting that New Yorkers be cautious.”

“As of now, in light of starter examination, we accept he was [acting] alone,”

the city chairman likewise told

“Great Morning America”

Wednesday.

In the interim, Adams said he has been in touch with hospitalized casualties.

Somewhere around 29 individuals were injured in the occurrence, including 10 individuals who were shot, yet marvelously, not even one of them are confronting dangerous wounds.

“I connected at the clinic. There’s just four leftover in the emergency clinic,”

Adams told

“Great Morning America,”

without indicating which emergency clinic.

“I will speak with the casualties earlier today.”

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