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Two men injured in recent attacks on New York subways: police officers

Two men were attacked on subways in the Big Apple on Tuesday morning – one hit with a glass bottle and the other cut his hand and arm, police officers said.

A 25-year-old man was riding an A train at 104th Street and Liberty Avenue in Ozone Park at 7 a.m. when a man who appeared to be in his 30s hit him over the head with a bottle, police said with.

The victim was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center with a lacerated head.

A blow was struck on the Uptown E subway platform at the south end of the World Trade Center station.
The attacks are the latest in a spate of underground crimes.
Robert Mueller
A blow was struck on the Uptown E subway platform at the south end of the World Trade Center station.  The perpetrator fled the station and was arrested at the corner of Murray and Church Streets.  He was positively identified by a witness.  The victim was removed earlier and taken to Bellevue Hospital.  clothing removed.
The clothing was removed from the subway platform.
Robert Mueller
A blow was struck on the Uptown E subway platform at the south end of the World Trade Center station.  The perpetrator fled the station and was arrested at the corner of Murray and Church Streets.  He was positively identified by a witness.  The victim was removed earlier and taken to Bellevue Hospital.
A 25-year-old man was riding an A train when a man who appeared to be in his 30s hit him over the head with a bottle.
Robert Mueller
A blow was struck on the Uptown E subway platform at the south end of the World Trade Center station.  The perpetrator fled the station and was arrested at the corner of Murray and Church Streets.  He was positively identified by a witness.  The victim was removed earlier and taken to Bellevue Hospital.
There was a blow on the platform of the subway E in the city center.
Robert Mueller

The attacker, dressed in dark clothing, fled.

The circumstances leading to the attack were unclear.

Later in the morning, a 36-year-old man was slashed in the left hand and forearm after an argument with a 29-year-old woman on a northbound E train around 9:40 a.m., police officers said.

A blow was struck on the Uptown E subway platform at the south end of the World Trade Center station.  The perpetrator fled the station and was arrested at the corner of Murray and Church Streets.  He was positively identified by a witness.  The victim was removed earlier and taken to Bellevue Hospital.
One man was beaten with a glass bottle and the other had his hand and arm slashed.
Robert Mueller
Slashings took place on the Uptown E subway platform at the south end of World Trade Center station.
Two men were attacked on subways.
Robert Mueller
Slashings took place on the Uptown E subway platform at the south end of World Trade Center station.  The perpetrator fled the station and was arrested at the corner of Murray and Church Streets.  He was positively identified by a witness.  The victim was removed earlier and taken to Bellevue Hospital.
The perpetrator was arrested at the corner of Murray Street and Church Street.
Robert Mueller
Slashings took place on the Uptown E subway platform at the south end of World Trade Center station.  The perpetrator fled the station and was arrested at the corner of Murray and Church Streets.  He was positively identified by a witness.  The victim was removed earlier and taken to Bellevue Hospital.
The circumstances leading to the attack were unclear.
Robert Mueller

He was taken to Bellevue Hospital, police said.

The woman was taken into custody with charges pending, police said.

The attacks are the latest in a spate of underground crimes.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/15/two-men-injured-in-latest-attacks-on-nyc-subway-trains-cops/ Two men injured in recent attacks on New York subways: police officers

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