Security ramps up at train stations after Brooklyn subway shooting

News 12's Caren Pinto spoke with New Rochelle Police Department Captain Collins Coyne about security measures they are taking.

News 12 Staff

Apr 13, 2022, 12:12 AM

Updated 792 days ago

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Police departments in Westchester and the Hudson Valley are increasing security near train stations in the wake of the Brooklyn subway shooting.
News 12's Caren Pinto spoke with New Rochelle Police Department Captain Collins Coyne about security measures they are taking.


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