Suspect still at large after New York subway rampage shoots and 13 injured by bomb alert

A New York City subway station has become the scene of a grisly killing spree as a suspect in construction clothes is now wanted by police authorities in connection with the heinous attack.

A fogger was reportedly detonated at the 36th Street station in Brooklyn around 9:30 a.m. A gunman, said to be wearing a gas mask, opened fire and then fled the scene.

The attack, which was accompanied by a bomb threat, injured 13 people. The NYPD said there are currently no active explosive devices.

“Regarding the multiple people who were shot dead at the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn, there are NO active explosive devices at this time. Witnesses are asked to call @NYPDTips at #800577TIPS. Please stay away from the area. More information to be provided as it becomes available,” NYPD News tweeted.

Bloodied subway passengers lay in the aisles after the traumatic incident. Illustrative and disturbing photos showing the carnage have surfaced on social media.

Injured civilians reached their families after the attack.

Paraphernalia were scattered amid the panic and confusion on the bloody subway ramp.

After the exchange of fire, traces of blood could be seen all over the subway.

The NYPD is searching for a male suspect last seen wearing a gas mask and an orange construction vest.

The mass shooting attack comes a day after the Biden administration pushed for stricter gun control measures, including a ban about ghost weapons. Suspect still at large after New York subway rampage shoots and 13 injured by bomb alert

Jake Nichol

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