The New York Daily News reports:
A Brooklyn woman shot and severely wounded in a mass shooting aboard a Brooklyn N train last month will file a lawsuit Tuesday against Glock, which manufactured the 9-mm. gun used in the 33-bullet attack on straphangers.
Ilene Steur, 49, was shot in the buttocks and suffered life-changing injuries during the gas mask-wearing gunman’s rampage as the rush-hour train pulled into the 36th St. station in Sunset Park.
Her lawsuit in Brooklyn Federal Court alleges Glock — one of the world’s largest gunmakers — markets its weapons and distributes them in a way that is a “public nuisance” under state law and endangers public safety.
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Brooklyn woman shot and severely wounded in mass shooting aboard Brooklyn N train will file lawsuit against Glock, which manufactured 9-mm. gun used in 33-bullet attack on straphangershttps://t.co/3SeNJIMqdo
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) May 31, 2022