Another Innocent Victim Shoved onto Subway Tracks in NY City (VIDEO)

Guest post by Jason Grossman

Another innocent victim was shoved onto the subway tracks this time at an Upper East Side station in another instance of randomized violence in New York city, Transit System Police said Thursday.

The Gateway Pundit has reported extensively on rising crime on New York’s subway system under failed New York Mayor Eric Adams.

A woman was bashed in the head in an unprovoked attack on a New York City subway platform in Harlem.

A 21-year-old woman visiting New York City from St. Louis, Missouri was raped on a subway platform.

A 14-year-old boy was fatally stabbed on a New York City subway platform over the summer.

A 43-year-old man was fatally stabbed on the L train after a dispute.

The list of violence on the MTA goes on and on.

Police have released the video surveillance footage of the latest attack which took place on Monday at 8:40 pm at the East 77th street/Lexington Avenue station. The victim was waiting on the No. 6 train on the platform when a man came from behind and pushed him down on the track. Good Samaritans helped the victim onto the platform. The victim suffered scratches and bruises, but did not need any medical attention, according to police.

Video footage shows this alleged attacker, rushing through the station, where the exit gate is, wearing a face mask, a white sweatshirt, and a dark jacket. The alleged attacker is described as being in his 30’s and approximately 5’ 7”.

Law enforcement sources say a total of 22 individuals have been shoved in the subway system as of October 16 with four more attacks including Monday’s attack bringing the number to 26 people pushed onto the subway randomly this year. Last year the number was 21 individuals shoved onto the subway tracks as of October 16.

Of the subway attacks that have occurred this year, two of them have been fatal, including an Oct 17 shove, when a father of three was thrown onto the subway tracks and fatally hit in Queens, NY.

In January, a graduate student of NYU was pushed down onto the tracks at a Times Square subway station – which was fatal.

NYPD is asking anyone with any information about the alleged attack on Monday to contact Crime stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.


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