Brooklyn subway shooting suspect’s gun jammed during carnage

The gun used by the monster who opened fire on a crowded Brooklyn subway Tuesday jammed in the midst of the bloodshed — preventing him from causing more carnage

Jammed In The Midst

Investigators recovered the jammed Glock and two extended magazines at the scene of the shooting, which happened aboard a Manhattan-bound N train

Recovered The Jammed Glock

“It was lucky that it jammed because we could be talking about a lot more people in hospitals or worse,” a law enforcement source said.

Could Be Worse

“Dozens more people would have been wounded or more seriously injured.”

Seriously Injured

At least 29 people were wounded in the incident, including 10 people who were shot, but miraculously, none of them are facing life-threatening injuries, the NYPD said.

29 people were wounded

The suspect, who is still in the wind, was using a rolling milk crate-type carrier to cart around his stuff, sources added.

The suspect

A slew of weapons, including a hatchet, a can of pepper spray, two gas canisters, one bag of fireworks, smoke grenades and gasoline were also recovered at the scene, but it’s not immediately clear if they all belonged to the suspect.

can of pepper spray, two gas canisters

Anyone with information on the shooting should call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS or log onto the CrimeStoppers website.

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