At least 16 people were injured, including 10 who were shot, when a suspect set off a smoke grenade and unleashed gunfire on a Brooklyn subway train during Tuesday morning rush hour
The gunman — possibly disguised as an MTA construction worker and wearing a gas mask — launched his bloody assault around 8:30 a.m.
On a Manhattan-bound N train at the 36th Street station in Sunset Park, where authorities later discovered several undetonated devices, FDNY and police said.
The suspect is believed to have set off the smoke grenade moments before firing off a barrage of bullets, police sources told.
Cops and sources said at least five people were shot in the third car of the train and others were injured by smoke inhalation. A pregnant woman was among those hospitalized, sources said.
At least 16 people were injured, including 10 who were shot, in the gruesome incident.
Footage taken from the chaotic scene showed screaming passengers spewing out onto the platform as soon as the train doors opened and clouds of smoke billowing out.
A victim who walked into the 72nd Precinct on 4th Avenue is taken to an ambulance.
The injured were taken to NYU Langone of Brooklyn, Maimonides Hospital, Kings County Hospital and Methodist Hospital, officials said.
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