Man Fatally Pushed In Front of Subway Train
Another frightening moment for New York City commuters as a man was pushed to his death in front of a subway. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
Another New York City subway nightmare. A man was pushed to his death Thursday night in Queens.
It's the second time in less than a month that a person has been fatally shoved onto the subway tracks.
The New York Post headline says it all, "Not Again!"
The victim was waiting on the subway platform in the Sunnyside section of Queens, when a woman, who witnesses say had been mumbling to herself, walked up behind him and shoved him into the path of an oncoming 7 train. There was reportedly no argument or interaction between the two before the deadly push.
The victim has been identified as Sunando Sen. The 46-year-old from India is described as "Nice and quiet."
After the attack, the woman fled the scene. She can be seen in surveillance video running across the street.
Cops say the suspect is a 5’5” tall Hispanic woman in her early 20's. She weighs about 190 pounds and has short, dark, curly hair.
Earlier this month, 30-year-old Naeem Davis was charged with second degree murder for allegedly pushing a man to his death off a subway platform in midtown Manhattan.
New York commuters are being much more cautious as being pushed in front of an oncoming train is a growing fear.
One rider told INSIDE EDITION, "I do look around. I may not look behind me all the time, but I try to stay as cautious as possible."
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