Train user in NYC was thrown onto the rails; would be the third in a week – Telemundo New York (47)

NEW YORK – A user of the New York City subway service was thrown onto the train tracks Sunday morning on a platform at the Atlantic Av-Barclays Center station in Brooklyn.

According to the authorities, the incident occurred on Sunday, around 11:30 am, when an unknown person approached the victim and pushed the rails for no reason.

Fortunately, the victim managed to climb back onto the platform and there were no trains at the time. The man suffered minor injuries, according to authorities.

So far there are no arrests and the authorities are investigating.

This would be at least the fourth incident in a week inside a platform of the subway.

Another incident occurred Saturday afternoon when a train user was waiting at the High Street subway station near Cadman Plaza Park in Brooklyn., and someone slashed his face for no apparent reason. The victim was taken to a local hospital for injuries from a blade, police said. His condition was not immediately known.

On the other hand, An off-duty UPS worker was shoved in Bryant Park Wednesday Y a woman was pushed onto the tracks in Union Square Thursday morning; they both survived their attacks.

All crimes documented in the subway were up this year from last year, except grand theft, which has seen a 30% drop this year, according to NYPD crime statistics.

“The city needs to do a lot more to ensure that people with mental illness receive the services they need,” MTA spokesman Andrei Berman said Saturday. “As we continue to do the work of relocating millions of essential workers and other New Yorkers during this crisis, we appreciate the work and partnership of the MTA Police Department and the New York City Police Department in policing the subway system. and investigate these isolated incidents, when they occur. “


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