Unprovoked Suspect Pushes Innocent Man Against Moving NYC Subway Train

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On March 19, around 6 p.m. on a Sunday night in Brooklyn, New York, a man was pushed against a moving subway train. The event happened out of the blue and didn’t seem to be caused by any provocation.

The unidentified suspect pushed the victim, a 36-year-old man, who was standing on the platform of the 59th Street station in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, into the northbound “R” train.

The man was lucky not to land on the tracks. Instead, he bounced off the moving train and landed back on the platform.

The man sustained cuts and bruises and hit his head. He was rushed to NYU Langone Hospital in Brooklyn. He reportedly was in stable condition.

The attacker and the victim hadn’t exchanged words. The suspect fled from the scene.

The incident was caught on surveillance footage and the suspect can be seen clearly. He is light skinned and bearded. He was wearing a black winter hat, a dark down jacket, jeans, and white and black sneakers. Police are looking for the suspect.

The number of serious crimes in the New York City subway system has reportedly dropped by 21.5% this year compared to the same time last year, but incidents are still often in the news.

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