Three stabbed and one died: another day of horror in the New York Subway

Three men were stabbed, one of whom died this morning, in separate and apparently random attacks at New York subway stations yesterday.

The fatality was attacked as she was getting off a northbound Line 4 train at the East 176th Street station at Jerome Avenue, in the Morris Heights neighborhood, in The Bronxthe police said. the suspect stabbed him several times in the back and chest last night around 8:30 pm NYPD released video of the dramatic assault.

The man was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital in critical condition and later died. The attacker fled and has not been arrested, reported NBC News.

there was also three knife incidents earlier ayer which left two injured. The first occurred around 1:30 p.m. on the Downtown platform of the A/B/C/D lines at 125th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue, Harlem. The police said that a verbal dispute between two men turned violent and one of them stabbed the other in the back. The suspect ran up the stairs into the street and the victim was taken to Mount Sinai – St. Luke’s Hospital in stable condition.

About an hour later, on the northbound platform of the same station, a 29-year-old man was standing with his wife when a stranger approached them and threatened the couple with a knife, according to the police. The officers were still on the platform after the first incident of the afternoon. A knife was recovered from the suspect, who was taken into custody without incident. No injuries were reported in that case.

Another man was hospitalized hours later after another unprovoked attack at a subway station in Brooklyn. Police said that attack occurred around 5:15 p.m. on the mezzanine level of the A Line stop at Grant Avenue and Pitkin Avenue, Cypress Hills.

the suspect approached the victim and slashed him once across the neck, according to the police. It was not known why she attacked him, but he went on the run immediately afterwards. That injured man was taken to Brookdale Hospital in stable condition.

Investigations are ongoing into each of the three incidents that left injuries. No arrests have been made or suspects identified. Anyone with information should call to 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) and in Spanish 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). Also through the page or by text to 274637 (CRIMES), followed by TIP577. All communications are strictly confidential.

Mayor Eric Adams, whose election campaign focused on public safety, has implemented several measures to make the subway safer, including deploying more police officers to stations and cars. But until now violence continues to escalate.

In general, this year there has been a long list of dramatic situations in the New York subway, including robberies, attacks, accidents, natural deaths, suicides, fatal overdoses and homicides. In particular last April it was one of the most violent months in the history of the New York Subway since its founding in 1904.

Earlier this week a young man was miraculously rescued after being pushed onto the tracks at the Union Square Subway station.

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