Stampede breaks out at New York City train station
Apr 16, 2017, 02:08
What began as long delays at Pennsylvania Station in NY turned into a nightmare on Friday after a false report of shots fired caused a stampede.
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People ran out of a jam-packed Penn Station on Friday evening in a chaotic scene sparked by what they thought was a gunshot.
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About 1,200 New Jersey Transit passengers have made it safely to Penn Station after the train they were on got stuck in a tunnel for hours on Friday, a spokeswoman said.
With a 4 hour trapped train packed with about 1200 passengers, a mini-stampede upon arrival in Penn Station due to police activity and panic, yesterday's events will be the subject of investigation.
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Some people were crying or screaming as they left the station. "Just having people running to an exit ...can cause a problem".
"Given our experience, dealing with similar situations, we were able to quickly review all of the 911 calls and determine that there were no actual shots fired", he said. "Everybody was really scared".
No shots were fired, and the sound was of police using a stun gun on someone, NYPD Chief William Morris said.
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