Woe is the life of a New York City commuter…
Police say Thursday night, a mumbling woman was seen closely following a male train commuter on the elevated platform of a 7 Train in Queens, New York, around 8 a.m.
The man stood waiting on the train with his back to the woman, not giving notice to the muttering woman behind him.
As the train began barreling into the terminal, the woman then shoved the man in front of the approaching train.
According to the witnesses, the woman waited until the last possible second before she violently pushed the man.
The man was hit by the 11-car northbound train and got stuck under the wheels of the second car.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene and has not yet been identified due to the horrific injuries suffered.
The woman fled soon after the attack.
The woman is described as a Hispanic woman, in her 20’s, heavyset and about 5’5, wearing a blue, white, and gray ski jacket and Nike sneakers with grey on the top and red on the bottom.
This story is very reminiscent of the the Ki Suk Han story on December 4th, ust a few weeks ago.
The United States need to recognize that there is a mental health issue that needs to be addressed as soon as possible.
Before someone is killed.
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