NYC subway shooting: One dead, five injured
Police have reported one fatality and five injuries resulting from a shooting incident at a New York City subway station during the evening commute.
The victim, identified as a man in his 30s, succumbed to the attack, while four others sustained serious injuries, as described by a Fire Department spokesperson. The shooting took place at a station located in the Bronx, at the intersection of Mount Eden and Jerome Avenues. Television news helicopters captured footage of a halted subway train at the scene, alongside orange evidence cones scattered across the elevated platform.
In a separate report, police confirmed multiple gunshot victims at a New York City subway station on Monday, with the incident occurring around 4:38 p.m. A police spokesperson could not immediately disclose the precise number of individuals shot, the severity of their injuries, or whether any suspects had been apprehended.
The station, situated in the Bronx at the intersection of Mount Eden and Jerome Avenues, became the site of the shooting. Television news coverage showed a stationary subway train and evidence cones marking the area on the elevated platform.