A 25-year-old pregnant woman was kicked in the stomach by a stranger who knocked into the victim and started an argument on a Queens train Wednesday morning, police said.
The unsuspecting straphanger was standing on a southbound No. 7 train approaching the 74 Street-Broadway station in Jackson Heights around 9 a.m. when the other woman bumped into her, according to cops.
The suspect then began arguing with the pregnant woman and both of them got off the train at the 74 Street-Broadway stop where the confrontation escalated.
The assailant smacked the pregnant woman multiple times in the head with a cellphone and kicked her in the stomach on the southbound platform before fleeing the station, the NYPD said.
The victim was taken by EMS to NYC Health and Hospitals/Elmhurst with minor injuries, including swelling and bruising to the face and stomach pains, according to police.
Police released a photo of the still-at-large suspect Wednesday night in the hopes of identifying her.
The horrific assault came hours before a 28-year-old man was randomly shoved onto subway tracks in a lower Manhattan train station.