The NYPD are looking for the attacker who pushed a passenger onto the subway tracks

NYPD разыскивает злоумышленника, столкнувшего пассажира на рельсы в метро

The NYPD are looking for the attacker who pushed a passenger onto the subway tracks

Author: Katerina Moskalets

Photo: NYPD

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The new York city police are hunting a man who pushed a passenger on train tracks in a subway station Grand Central-42nd Street.

The incident occurred on Monday, July 30. About 4 o’clock in the afternoon 47-year-old Dai Keng accidentally collided with a man going up the stairs. Not paying the incident much attention, Kang calmly walked to the platform and began to shake the train. Suddenly the man approached him again.

He gave me that look that I was scared. He said, “To the light wanted?” I said I don’t want to see his face and to get out of here, and turned away from him, “said Kang. Then the man and pushed him on the tracks.

I thought it was the last day of my life, “Kang shared with reporters WABC with their first thoughts after the fall. While the man was trying to recover, someone said to him: “Give me your hand!” It was two guys who helped him get out of “from another world”. The perpetrator of the incident at that time was already gone.

Kanga was taken to Bellevue Hospital with multiple abrasions. The NYPD posted a photo of the suspect, who was recorded by surveillance cameras.

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The victim hopes that the police will find the offender before he “took revenge” in a similar way to someone else.

Today it’s me tomorrow it could be another passenger, “said Kang.

NYPD разыскивает злоумышленника, столкнувшего пассажира на рельсы в метроStation Grand Central (Manhattan)

Anyone who has any information about the incident, the police were asked to contact the hotline NYPD”s Crime Stoppers by phone 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or leave information on the website. All calls are strictly confidential.

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