A stranger pummeled a 29-year-old lady in an unprovoked assault on a Brooklyn practice late final month, cops mentioned.
The sufferer was standing on a Manhattan-bound Q practice approaching Atlantic Avenue round 8:10 p.m. May 23 when a person – believed to be in his 60s – punched her a number of instances within the face with out saying a phrase, police mentioned.
The assailant acquired off the practice and fled, police mentioned. Surveillance footage launched late Thursday exhibits him leaving the station, passing by means of a turnstile.
The sufferer was taken to Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, the place she was handled and listed in steady situation.
No arrests have been made.
In a newer assault within the metropolis’s underground, an 18-year-old excessive schooler on her method to get her hair performed for promenade was shoved onto Queens subway tracks Monday morning.
The teen, Sarah Arias, acquired again onto the platform on her personal. She suffered a lower on her knee — however nonetheless made it to her hair appointment and to promenade.
The alleged attacker, 26-year-old Shemecca Wise, was arrested and charged with tried homicide and tried assault, authorities mentioned.
And Thursday morning, an attacker randomly slashed a 54-year-old man with a switchblade on a subway platform in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, cops mentioned.
The sufferer was hospitalized in steady situation, and no arrests have been made.