During the early morning rush on Tuesday, a madman dressed as a construction worker turned a Brooklyn subway car into a bloodbath, setting off smoke bombs before opening fire and wounded 29 people, according to officials.



Brooklyn Subway Shooting
Brooklyn Subway Shooting

The shooter, who has yet to be arrested, was talking to himself on a Manhattan-bound N train shortly before 8:30 a.m. while wearing a fluorescent orange and green construction vest and a neon green helmet.

As the automobile approached the 36th Street station in Sunset Park, the gunman put on a gas mask and fired two smoke grenades, according to cops.



Is Frank James Behind Brooklyn Subway Shooting?

Mayor Eric Adams stated Wednesday morning that a guy who was previously deemed a “person of interest” in Tuesday’s subway shooting in Brooklyn, New York, is now a suspect in the rampage.

Frank James
Frank James

Since tying a U-Haul van he rented to the shooting, police have been seeking Frank James, 62. During the incident, ten people were shot and injured, while over a dozen more were injured in other ways.

The NYPD tweeted: “Frank Robert James fired numerous gunshots inside an ‘N’ line subway car at 36th St & 4th Ave subway station causing serious injuries to 10 people. Anyone with info about the incident or his whereabouts should contact @NYPDTips or call 1-800-577-TIPS.”

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