New York turned into chaos for a bit as a man opened fire in a crowded subway. That man, who shot 10 people in the Brooklyn subway, was fleeing from police. Now his time on the run is over.

Just over 24 hours after Frank James opened fire in NYC, he has been apprehended. CBS News confirms that he was arrested.

James was arrested by authorities in Manhattan in connection with Tuesday’s shooting. We are still waiting more details on this ongoing story.

The 62-year-old opened fire in the tunnel between the 59th Street and 36th Street stations, shooting 10 people and injuring 13 more when it’s assumed he set off smoke bombs. He wore a mask at the time and fired 33 rounds in total.

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