Officials: Off-duty MTA worker shot on Brooklyn subway

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An off-duty MTA worker was shot while onboard a train in Brownsville Tuesday evening, sources say.

News 12 is told it happened at Rutland Road and East 98th Street.

Police say the male victim was grazed in the arm. They say the injuries are not likely life-threatening.

Sources say the incident unfolded on the southbound No. 3 train. They say the off-duty worker was not in uniform at the time.

Further details surrounding the incident were not immediately available.

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