FDNY says ‘undetonated devices,’ people shot

NEW YORK — Multiple people were shot and several undetonated devices were found at a Brooklyn subway station Tuesday morning, according to the New York City Fire Department.

Firefighters responded to a call for smoke at the subway station at 36th Street and 4th Avenue in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood and found shooting victims and the devices, the New York City Fire Department said in a statement.

The fire department said 13 people were injured and taken to hospitals. It was unclear how many of the 13 injured were shot.

A New York City Police Department spokesperson told USA TODAY “a few” people were injured at at the station, which serves the D, N and R lines, and officers were investigating reports of shots fired.

The police department said in a tweet, “there are NO active explosive devices at this time” and advised residents to stay clear of the area.

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