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Frank James, 62-year-old man, has been named as a person of interest in connection with the shooting of innocent members of the public.

During peak rush hour on Tuesday morning, a gunman opened fire, injuring at least two dozen people. Injuries included gunshot wounds, shrapnel injuries and smoke inhalation.

All injuries have been reported as not life threatening.

Chaotic scenes were recorded by security cameras of people running from the carriage, plumes of smoke emerging and members of the public trying to help the injured.

New York City Police Department (NYPD) chief James Essig said the gunman fired 33 shots. Police later recovered a Glock 9- millimeter handgun, three additional ammunition magazines and a hatchet.

Officer raced to the scene and began searching the tracks, looking for evidence and hoping to apprehend the attacker.

So far, there have been no reports that the gunman has been arrested.

The FBI and federal officials will continue to investigate and gather evidence.

Gun violence continues to be a major issue in the US with 131 mass shootings and 5000 deaths from gun related incidents so far this year, thankfully on this occasion there was no loss of life.

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