April 12 Recently, an Asian woman in New York, USA, was almost pushed into the subway track by a strange man twice while waiting for a bus at a subway station. Fortunately, someone nearby stopped it, so the attacker did not get it.
ABC 7 and the New York Post reported on the 11th that the incident occurred on April 7 in a subway station in Brooklyn, New York, United States. The victim was a 34-year-old Asian woman. She told police that at 11:30 that night, a stranger approached her and grabbed her arm and tried to push her onto the rails. Police sources said that thanks to the help of kind-hearted people, the suspect failed to get it this time.
The suspect then escaped from the subway station, but quickly returned and tried to push the woman into orbit again. Fortunately, the people around him stopped him for the second time. It is reported that the Asian woman was scared, but was not injured.
At present, the hate crimes task force of the New York Police Department is investigating the matter. Police did not immediately state whether the suspect was doing so far from hate crimes, but the incident was at the time of a spike in anti-Asian attacks across New York City.