Man stabbed on New York train in broad daylight: police officers

A man stabbed another straphanger who had told him to calm down during a subway ride in broad daylight in Brooklyn, authorities said early Tuesday.

The 49-year-old victim confronted a stranger who he believed was speaking too loudly – possibly on the phone – on board a northbound No 2 train that pulled into Bergen Street station in Prospect around 12:40pm on Monday Heights was approaching, police officers said.

The remark angered the man, who was deep in conversation, the police said.

He pulled out a knife and stabbed the driver in the back, police said.

The 49-year-old victim was stabbed to death by another man he had asked to calm down aboard a No. 2 train on Bergen Street on Monday afternoon, police officers said.
The 49-year-old victim was stabbed to death by another man he had asked to calm down aboard a No. 2 train on Bergen Street on Monday afternoon, police officers said.
Paul Martinka
The victim was hospitalized in stable condition after the daylight attack.
The victim was hospitalized in stable condition after the daylight attack.
Paul Martinka
Surveillance footage shows the suspect exiting the station. He remained at large as of Tuesday morning.
Surveillance footage shows the suspect exiting the station. He remained at large as of Tuesday morning.
NYPD

The victim was taken to Brooklyn Methodist Hospital in stable condition with a stab wound.

The attacker fled the station on foot.

Police released surveillance footage of the suspect exiting the station.

He stayed in the wind on Tuesday morning.

https://nypost.com/2022/09/13/man-stabbed-in-broad-daylight-attack-on-nyc-train-cops/ Man stabbed on New York train in broad daylight: police officers

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