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Hoyt Schermerhorn Subway Shooting – Underground Station

Mar 15, 2024
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A 36-year-old man is in critical condition after he was shot in the head during the Thursday evening rush hour on a northbound A train approaching the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Subway Station in New York City, March 14. He is barely clinging on to life and is in serious condition.

A 32-year-old boy was shot by the 36-year-old after he pulled a gun on him. The 32-year-old is being held by the police. They have found a weapon.

In critical condition, the 36-year-old male was transported to NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital.

Passengers looked to be running for shelter in a video that was leaked shortly after the incident.

Quick action was taken by the NYPD and emergency services, who secured the area and opened an inquiry into the circumstances. Subway service was severely disrupted by the incident; the A, C, and G lines experienced delays and suspensions while the site was being cleared.

“Large American cities, especially NYC, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco etc. are quickly becoming unlivable because of the outrageously high crime rate. I would hate to live in one of these cities, where you have to FEAR for your life EVERY day when you are in your way home from a long day at the office.”

This incident emphasizes how important it is to keep enforcing laws that effectively combat crime and preserve public safety in the city’s essential subway system.

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