New York City continues its descent into a reboot of the grittier 1970s and 1980s-era city, this time after a woman was pushed into a train on Monday morning.
The 42-year-old woman was attacked by another female, who was wearing a bandanna.
As the train came into the 42nd Street Station, the bandanna-clad woman timed her move and shoved the victim into the train.
“It looked malicious,” rider Alejandro DeJesus said. “That’s scary. That could happen to anybody when you least expect it.”
Fortunately for the victim, the timing was less than ideal and she was not pushed off the platform.
The victim was taken to Mt. Sinai West for face and leg injuries. She is reported to be in stable condition.
“This is like what it used to be like in the ’80s,” one rider said of the incident.
According to ABC7, there have been over twenty such documented cases of subway pushings in NYC this year.
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