NYPD employees attacked by man on New York subway, police say

An NYPD employee was attacked on a lower Manhattan subway train by a maniac who pushed her against a pole so hard that her eye socket broke, police said Tuesday.

The 53-year-old civilian worker was boarding the No. 4 southbound subway at Fulton Street station around 11pm Monday when a man pushed her from behind and slammed his face against the tube mast, police said.

The victim went to NYU Langone in Cobble Hill for treatment of his facial injuries and was diagnosed with a “closed orbital fracture” and a “closed left zygomatic fracture,” police officers said.

The suspect, who fled after the attack, was described as a “possibly homeless” man, measuring 6ft 3 and weighing about 250lbs, police officers said. He was wearing ripped gray sweatpants, a gray sweatshirt, and white sneakers. NYPD employees attacked by man on New York subway, police say


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