Update 1:23pm: The shooter has yet to be caught. He is described as a black male, about 5'5" and 175 pounds. New York City Mayor Eric Adams addressed the situation via video statement as he is currently in quarantine.

Update 12:21pm: At a press conference officials said 10 people are being treated for gunshot wounds, two people are in critical condition. A total of 16 people are being treated for injuries related to the shooting.

Update 11:31am: Police have reportedly cleared additional areas surrounding the subway as they remove what may be an explosive device.

Update 11:21am: The New York Post reports the shooter was wearing a gas mask when he opened fire and set off some type of smoke device. A press conference is expected to begin before noon.

Update 10:47am: Video just coming in of a subway car stopping and frantic passengers running out, smoke can be seen at the scene.

Update 10:34am: Schools in the area are on lockdown,

Update 10:32am: Word is the shooter was dressed in an MTA uniform, 5 were shot, no fatalities reported

There are reports that 5 people were shot, 13 were injured when someone opened fire at a Brooklyn subway station around 8:30am Tuesday.

NYPD, FBI, Homeland Security and ATF are hunting for the shooter, who apparently escaped. Witnesses say the man also dropped a device at the scene, there is speculation that it could be an explosive device.

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