5 injured in Brooklyn subway attack receive treatment at Maimonides Medical Center
At least five people were treated at Maimonides Medical Center Tuesday following the Brooklyn subway attack that injured dozens of people.
Five of the at least 29 people injured were in critical but stable condition.
Three patients at Maimonides Medical Center were treated for smoke inhalation and later released. Two patients were treated for gunshot wounds and will be staying at the hospital for "a couple of days."
This comes after a gunman in a gas mask and a construction vest set off a smoke canister on a rush-hour subway train in Brooklyn and shot at least 10 people Tuesday, authorities said.
Police were scouring the city for the shooter and a U-Haul truck with Arizona license plates.
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