NYC subway camera video feeds failed amid repair job less than a day before Brooklyn shooting, says MTA
People walk through a Brooklyn subway station a day after a man shot numerous people on a Manhattan- bound train in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, on April 13, 2022, in New York City. - Spencer Platt/Getty Images North America/TNS

Video feeds from security cameras at a trio of Brooklyn subway stations failed as workers tried to fix problems with their hardware less than 24 hours before a crazed gunman lit up a train full of straphangers last month, MTA officials say. A letter sent by Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Janno Lieber to members of Congress late Monday offers more detail as to why faulty video systems prevented the NYPD from obtaining images of alleged shooter Frank James after the terrifying April 12 attack wounded 10 and injured 13 others on a rush hour N train. NYPD officials last month said ...