Ten people were shot at a Brooklyn subway station this morning

officials said. Six others were injured, police said

Authorities said the suspect, who remains at large, put on a gas mask, deployed a gas canister and then began shooting

The attack is not being investigated as an act of terrorism but authorities have not ruled anything out, the NYPD commissioner said

Investigators have cell phone video from an eyewitness to the Brooklyn subway shooting that shows the suspect, a law enforcement source tells CNN

The shooting suspect is still at large, officials say, and a manhunt is underway for a subway passenger who put on a gas mask

The shooter, who fled the scene, was described as a 5-foot-5-inch Black man with a heavy build wearing a green construction vest and a gray hooded sweatshirt

The FBI is working with the NYPD on the investigation and is following "every viable lead," said Michael J. Driscoll, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI New York Field Office

On Tuesday morning, Durant was asked about the impact of the shooting

NBA star Kevin Durant described the news of multiple people shot at a Brooklyn subway station as "devastating.

Durant and his Brooklyn Nets teammates were arriving at the team's training facility on 39th Street when the incident occurred close by

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