An NYPD officer is in stable condition after chasing a suspect through the train station in Harlem today.

Gunfire erupted in the busy Harlem intersection on 145th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue between NYPD officers and a wanted suspect, who was shot and killed.

The detective was shot in the train station at 145th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue on the A, B, C and D lines.

According to hospital officials at Columbia Presbyterian the officer’s condition is being described as stable after a gunshot wound to the left arm.

The detective chased down and shot Michael McBride, 52, a wanted Queens, NY man. 

As reported by NBC New York:

Law enforcement sources identified the suspect as Michael McBride, 52, who was wanted in connection with the shooting of a 21-year-old woman Monday in the Rockaways.

The detective, with the violent felony squad, was trying to apprehend McBride on Tuesday in the train station when he was shot.

(ABOVE: Michael McBride, 52)

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