A man throws a homeless woman on a train track

A man throws a homeless woman on a train track

A man throws a homeless woman on a train track

A man throws a homeless woman on a train track

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  • A man threw a 52-year-old homeless woman into subway lines before fleeing.
  • The suspect claims he can’t remember what she said that enraged him so much in the days leading up to the incident.
  • He snatched her in both hands and tossed her onto the platform, but she fell backwards onto the tracks.
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A man threw a 52-year-old homeless woman into subway lines before fleeing.

The suspect – Theodore Ellis – claims he can’t remember what she said that enraged him so much in the days leading up to the incident. He also stated that he was unaware of this power.

At roughly 4.45 p.m. on Sunday, the man was approaching the woman at Jackson Avenue station in the Bronx, New York.

He snatched her in both hands and tossed her onto the platform, but she fell backwards onto the tracks.

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Thankfully, there was no approaching train, and she was aided by bystanders.

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After suffering cuts to her head and arm, the woman was brought to Lincoln Hospital.

Ellis was arrested on assault and reckless endangerment charges the day before yesterday.

According to a recent Seina Poll, seven out of ten New Yorkers feel less safe than they did before the coronavirus pandemic, and 76 percent are concerned about becoming victims of crime.

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Mayor Eric Adams of New York City attempted to minimize the findings on Tuesday, claiming that the number of shootings and homicides is declining.

‘The feeling of safety and the actualization of safety are not the same thing,’ Adams explained.

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Cassie Perez, a Bronx resident, said she is ‘nervous’ about taking the train.

‘When you see somebody getting close, back up.’ ‘I usually tell her to keep back,’ she said CBS 2, as if referring to a loved one. ‘Stay close to the wall, don’t leave me,’ and such.

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