The mass shooting that happened on Tuesday on a crowded subway, at Brooklyn, has attracted a witness.
Fitim Gjeloshi is the 20 years old witness, who is a subway rider, who made eye contact with the mass shooter.
New York Post stated that, Gjeloshi recalled when he was on the Manhattan-bound N train just before 8:30 a.m. in Brooklyn when he noticed the suspect sitting in the corner, murmuring to himself. He thought he was on drugs and was talking to himself.
The cops revealed the shooter released two smoke grenades and started to fire continuously.
After the mass shooting, ten victims were shot, and 19 others were wounded. Those passengers who were hurt include two teens, aged 15 and 19, a pregnant woman shot in the leg, seven men, and three women, dispatcher sources said.
Report shows that the shooter took out a 9 mm semiautomatic Glock after throwing a gas grenade. In the gruesome gunfire, 29 passengers were badly injured.
The Brooklyn subway fatal shooting took place on April 12, 2022. According to him, the shooter shot at him first. Thankfully, he managed to dodge the bullet. He was lucky enough to survive the deadly shooting.
Police identified a guy named Frank James, 62, as a suspect but couldn’t determine whether he was a triggerman.