Two people viciously slashed in the face and head at Union Square subway station as violent crime on New York transport soars 41 percent – and suspect still at large
- Two people were cut at the Union Square subway station in the latest violent attack in New York City’s transit system
Two people were slashed at Manhattan’s Union Square subway station in the latest attack on the city’s transit system, which has gone up 41 percent since last year.
Police said an unidentified suspect cut a woman, 28, in the face and slashed a man repeatedly in the head after he rushed to help her by the L-train platform on Tuesday night, ABC reports.
The suspect then fled the bloody scene. No arrests has been made yet.
The victims were taken to the Bellevue Hospital and were reported to be in stable condition.
The slashings come after a two people were struck by trains within hours of each other on Sunday, with tensions rising as violent crime soars in the Big Apple.
Two people were cut at the Union Square subway station in the latest violent attack in New York City’s transit system
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