One dead and five injured in a shooting on the New York subway

Apparently the shooting began due to an argument between a group of teenagers traveling in a subway car.

Authorities have reported that one person was killed and five others were injured in a shooting at a New York subway station. According to reports, police responded after receiving a call about a shooting.

In addition, it was learned that the shooting apparently occured following an argument between a group of teenagers traveling in a subway car.

"We don't believe this is a random shooting ... We believe this shooting has its origins in a dispute between two groups that began on a train," said the city's police transit chief, Michael Kemper, in statements reported by AFP.

"Sadly, one of the victims, a 34-year-old (man), was pronounced dead," Kemper added.

Similarly, AFP explained that "the Mount Eden Avenue elevated subway station, in the Bronx neighborhood, was cordoned off by the police who, together with agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, carried out an investigation into the circumstances of the shooting."