By CBSBoston.com Staff

STOUGHTON (CBS) — A college student from Stoughton saw the aftermath of the honor in New York Tuesday morning where a shooting in the Subway left several people hurt.

Stephanie Marrow told WBZ-TV her train arrived at the 36th street subway station moments after the shooting.

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“As we passed by, I see the actual scene as we’re passing by it. There were two people on the ground, a bunch of people were trying to help them. And there was blood, like a trail of blood, a trail from the opposite train doors,” she said.

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Marrow said she did not find out what actually happened until she got to class later.

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She takes this subway route daily, it’s just two stops from where she lives.

CBSBoston.com Staff