A MARTA spokesperson said the shooting happened on a train while it was traveling eastbound.
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority police Chief Wanda Dunham said in a statement Thursday night that Zachariah Hunnicutt was fatally shot and three other passengers were wounded.
Police said that the suspect began firing on the train, and then exited at the West Lake station, where he was taken into custody.
Cops arrested a suspect at the next stop, the West Lake station, although some news accounts indicate that West Lake was where the shooting occurred.
One person was killed and three others injured in a shooting on a MARTA train Thursday afternoon, police said.
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"Once I realized that my niece and my sister were nowhere to be found, I ran back and that's when I started recording", he said. At least four people were reportedly shot, and the station has been closed while law enforcement secures and investigates the scene.
"We heard popping noises coming from the vehicle behind us". More people still trying to crawl over us, still trying to climb over the back of us.
"There was like two ladies in front of me, but we pushed through the first door easily, I'm outside, but let's keep going so when we got to that set of train doors, it was jammed".
"I was waiting for a bang", he said.
"And if you got a shooter behind you, you just trying to get it, because that was what I was trying to do". "The children were all I was thinking about", he said.
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