Officer shot in NY subway released from hospital
Officer Michael Levay had a graze wound to his back but was able to return fire, killing the suspect
The Malone Telegram
NEW YORK — One of two police officers shot and wounded during a gun battle on a New York City subway train was released from the hospital Friday, as authorities identified the man who opened fire and was later killed.
Police said Peter Jourdan, 37, of Allentown, Pa., passed between subway cars while the train was moving, which is illegal, shortly before 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
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