There was a terrible incident today in Brooklyn as a shooting took place inside the subway. Now a culprit has been identified.

CBS New York reports that police have identified Frank R. James of Philadelphia as the shooter in today’s scary subway scene. He wore a green utility vest and had a gas mask on at the time. He then detonated a smoke bomb inside a moving subway car before opening fire.

James reportedly shot at least ten people in the train and the station. In total, 29 people were injured following the terrible attack. Thankfully, there were no fatalities as of this writing.

He emptied several magazines of ammo before fleeing. Police later discovered a Glock-like handgun inside the 36th Street station. Authorities are looking for any help in tracking him down. It will hopefully only be a matter of time before he is apprehended.

Video of the scary incident has circulated online. You can check that out here. Our thoughts are with everyone involved in this situation.

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H Jenkins

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