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"FBI agent is wounded in a street gun battle in Brooklyn parents could face charges after leaving their kids alone inside a running cars stolen in Brooklyn chief of staff. John Kelly is on his way out that the White House. The annual Sadeq Khan is flooding the streets embarrass of New York City tonight in sports are maybe it's navy seventeen to ten of their annual clash a farmer backup quarterback who became a starter. This year will win the Heisman Trophy tonight. In New York City is thirty three degrees of the few clouds on this Saturday, December eighth. Good evening. I'm John lesser WCBS. News time, eight thirty one. An FBI surveillance operation in Brooklyn went sideways this afternoon. When agent was shot that FBI agent was shot in the shoulder. We're told but he is in stable condition. He also managed to get a few shots off himself is one of the suspects was taken into custody after driving himself to the hospital hoping to get some treatment for his gunshot wound. Sources say he went to the hospital only after dumping his first card a body. Shop not too far away from the scene that car were told had several bullet holes all around it. A second suspects got away in a second car, but was also brought into custody. The Asian was conducting a surveillance operation though. It's not clear who the target of that operation was investigators here at the scene from the NYPD FBI ATF or scouring road sidewalk in front yards for evidence. As police tape rings around Seaview, Renton avenues in Canarsie. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the police are looking for a man who stole a car in Brooklyn with three kids inside this. Just as it was starting to get dark out here. Friday afternoon, a couple and their three kids ages one to eight pulled up to a beauty supply store on flatlands avenue and east eighty first-rate. Parents got out and went into the store a minute later says NYPD chief Bill Aubrey a man got into the running Acura MDX and took off down eighty first street."