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Brooklyn Shooting: US President Joe Biden Briefed About New York City Subway Shootout

New York, April 12: US President Joe Biden was briefed on the latest developments in New York City subway shootings on Tuesday, White House spokesman Jen Psaki tweeted. Senior White House staff are in contact with New York City Mayor Eric Adams and police commissioner Keychant Seawell, Pusaki added.

According to the New York City Fire Department (FDNY), several people were shot dead at a Brooklyn subway station and 13 were taken to a local hospital. According to the New York Police Department (NYPD), there are no active explosive devices on site. The FDNY had previously reported that “some non-exploding devices” were found.

Residents were asked to avoid the areas of 36th and 4th Avenues in Brooklyn “for investigation”. Meanwhile, schools in the Brooklyn subway shooting area have been evacuated, the Department of Education said. Shooting in Brooklyn: At least five people shot and unexploded ordnance was found at a New York subway station.

According to a spokesperson for the Ministry of Education, all schools in the nearby Brooklyn area are in the order of “shelters”. That is, no one can leave the building, only students can enter.

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