One person was killed and at least five people in a shooting at a Bronx subway station Monday afternoon, according to the New York Police Department.
An NYPD spokesperson told Fox News Digital the shots were fired at the Mount Eden Avenue station around 4:38 p.m. local time near Mount Eden and Jerome Avenues in the neighborhood of Highbridge.
NYPD says the shooting took place at the Mount Eden Avenue station in the Bronx. (WNYW)
A man in his 30s was killed. A Fire Department spokesperson described four of the other injuries as serious. One of the victims, a female, is said to be in critical condition. All victims were sent to area hospitals.
The NYPD believes there were two shooters involved. Neither of the suspects have been arrested.
Video from television news helicopters showed a subway train stopped at the station and orange evidence cones on the elevated platform.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said she’d been briefing on the shooting and has directed the MTA to provide all necessary support to police as they complete their investigation.
“We’re deeply grateful to the NYPD and other first responders working to address this situation,” Hochul said.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
Bradford Betz is a Fox News Digital breaking reporter covering crime, political issues, and much more.