Man Shot at Stony Brook Station Entrance

A man was shot at the entrance of Stony Brook station, according to MBTA Transit Police. The shooting occurred sometime before 8:20 p.m. Monday.

From the Transit Police statement about the shooting:

Transit Police officers working in Area 4 received a radio call to respond to Stony Brook MBTA station for a report of a person possibly shot. Multiple Transit Police units responded as well as Boston Police. Upon arrival officers located a 23 year old male victim suffering from an apparent non-life threatening gun shot wound. Boston EMS responded and transported the victim to a local area hospital for a treatment.

The MBTA bypassed Orange Line service to Stony Brook while officers investigated. Riders were instructed to travel to Jackson station and take a shuttle to the Stony Brook area, according to the MBTA service alert page.

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