Woman killed after man pushes her onto Times Square subway tracks: 'It's getting worse'

'To lose a New Yorker in this fashion, would only continue to elevate the fears of individuals not using our subway system,' said Mayor Eric Adams.

1/16/2022 2:29:00 AM

'To lose a New Yorker in this fashion, would only continue to elevate the fears of individuals not using our subway system,' said Mayor Eric Adams.

'To lose a New Yorker in this fashion, would only continue to elevate the fears of individuals not using our subway system,' said Mayor Eric Adams.

"Far too often, judges are reluctant to institute that law, those who cannot take care of themselves being obligated to receive the proper medical treatment that they need. So we won't create a dangerous environment," he added."We want to continue to highlight how imperative it is that people receive the right mental health services, particularly on our subway system."

Sewell said the victim was Asian, but noted the attacker first made threatening moves toward another woman who was not. She added that police would provide updates on any potential hate crime investigation.Passengers and bystanders reacted to the incident Saturday.

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Man Arrested for Trying to Rape Woman on Stairs of Subway Station: NYPD "Far too often, judges are reluctant to institute that law, those who cannot take care of themselves being obligated to receive the proper medical treatment that they need. So we won't create a dangerous environment," he added."We want to continue to highlight how imperative it is that people receive the right mental health services, particularly on our subway system." Sewell said the victim was Asian, but noted the attacker first made threatening moves toward another woman who was not. She added that police would provide updates on any potential hate crime investigation. Passengers and bystanders reacted to the incident Saturday. "It could have been me, it's scary," said Roxana Jones, a passenger who was at the station Saturday afternoon, according to the New York Post . "I just think something needs to change, because it's getting worse," Ariana Shaghaghi, also at station, told the Post ."They tried with the COVID to clean the subways, but I feel that with the homelessness it's gotten worse. We need to do something about it soon, it's just terrible." Newsweek contacted the NYPD and the mayor's office but they had no further comments or information to share. A man killed a woman by pushing her onto the tracks at the Times Square subway station in New York City on Saturday, police said. Above, an F train in Brooklyn on August 2, 2021. Photo by Gary Hershorn/Getty Images Similar incidents have been reported in the city recently. In October, a into an oncoming subway train at the same Times Square subway station. The 42-year-old victim survived as she only hit her face into the side of the incoming train, and didn't fall onto the tracks. "It looked malicious," witness Alejandro DeJesus told