Panic on the L train after reports of man with gun

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Some scary moments on the L train Saturday after commuters thought a passenger was carrying a gun.

Reports say people were piling into other cars shortly after 1 p.m. at the Bedford Avenue subway station.

Passengers say they were trying to get away from the suspected gunman.

Police say when they arrived to the Bedford Avenue station, they found no signs of a threat.

They say it was a false alarm.

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