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New York City police at scene of Brooklyn subway shooting


New York City police officers are at the scene of the Brooklyn subway station where a man in a gas mask shot 10 people on a packed train during the morning rush-hour, setting off a smoke bomb before opening fire on terrified passengers. IMAGES

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