Source: Dan Lyman
A man suffered a broken leg and head wounds when he was shoved off a subway platform in New York City during an attempted robbery last week, according to reports.
The latest attack of its kind unfolded at around 4:15 a.m. on Saturday morning in Brooklyn, authorities say.Let Big Tech and the corporate media know they are powerless in stopping the spread of truth by visiting our store now!
A middle-aged man was waiting on a platform on the Bushwick Avenue/Aberdeen Street L line when he was approached by another male.
The suspect “demanded a 52-year-old male’s property, then shoved him onto the train tracks, fracturing his leg,” NYPD explained in a statement.
🚨WANTED for ATTEMPTED ROBBERY: On 10/23 at approx 4:15 AM, inside the Bushwick Ave/Aberdeen St subway station in Brooklyn, the suspect demanded a 52-year-old male's property, then shoved him onto the train tracks, fracturing his leg. Any info? DM @NYPDTips, or call 800-577-TIPS. pic.twitter.com/lAymcAPee2— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) October 25, 2021
Emergency medical workers rescued the man from the tracks and brought him to hospital in stable condition.
In addition to the broken leg, the victim also suffered head lacerations.
The suspect fled the scene and is still on the loose as of the most current available updates.
Infowars frequently documents a surge of violent crime in the New York City subway system.