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NYPD looking for for shooter after shooting a man death on subway train approaching Canal Street

Search continues for suspect who opened fire on subway train, killing Human.

Police said the suspect fled the Canal Street subway station. in This was announced by CBS2 host Jenna DeAngelis from Chinatown.

It was a terrible Sunday morning for those on board Q train bound for Manhattan. seated in in last car experienced the unexpected.

“According to eyewitnesses, the suspect was walking back and go in the same train car and without provocation pulled out a gun and shot the victim at close range range when the train crossed the Manhattan Bridge,” the NYPD chief said. of Kenneth Corey said.

At about 11:45 a.m., police arrived at the Canal Street station and found 48-year-an old shot by Daniel Henriquez in rib cage. He was rushed to Bellevue Hospital but never made it.

Investigators said the suspect was already gone and they call on witnesses for help.

“Help us find this guy. there are others people I’m going by train. We have some of they others who saw something. Maybe someone who took photo or video on their mobile phone share This is with usCorey said.

NYPD said pushing more subway officers system. This was stated by Mayor Eric Adams. in audio clip provided by his press secretary.

“We are going to increase the presence of uniforms, and this also we will have those officers who one maybe not know they are police officers ensure that we can find those who bear out such crimes,” Adams said.

But news of another shooting in the subway six weeks after 10 people were shot on board a train in brooklynthe passengers felt uncomfortable.

“I feel unsafe. of want get in Uber right now. It’s really a mess upRiver Anton said. of Long Island City.

“Violence just seems random. This is very unnerving. it doesn’t seem like anyone doing everything to stop it,” said Simon Wilson. of Midtown.

“Seems like police presence concentrated on preservation people jump on rails instead of holding on people safe,” added Madison Dixon of Flatbush, Brooklyn.

Charlton D’Souza – President of protection group United passengers.

“I begged with AIT and elected officials, please set up cameras in subway cars,” D’Souza said. – We need to make New Yorkers feel confident they can ride trains, get from point A to point B safely.”

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Tyler Hromadka
Tyler Hromadka
Tyler is working as the Author at World Weekly News. He has a love for writing and have been writing for a few years now as a free-lancer.

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