NYPD launches subway security study

The NYPD is launching a study on subway security this summer. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says a national lab will research how a chemical weapon

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says a national lab will research how a chemical weapon could be dispersed through the air into the transit system.

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says a national lab will research how a chemical weapon could be dispersed through the air into the transit system. (4/24/13)

BROOKLYN - The NYPD is launching a study on subway security this summer.

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says a national lab will research how a chemical weapon could be dispersed through the air into the transit system. Researchers will track the movement of harmless gases during the process.

Kelly says the study will help safeguard the city against attacks.

The tests will be conducted in July.

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