Man Dies After Being Pushed Onto The Tracks Of The NYC Subway

Man Dies After Being Pushed Onto The Tracks Of The NYC Subway
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A man was killed slightly after noon on Monday after he was allegedly pushed onto the tracks of the New York City subway.

According to authorities, the incident happened at the N, Q, R station at 57th Street and Seventh Avenue shortly after 12 PM.

Investigators say the two men were seen arguing on the platform. Moments later, one of the men was pushed onto the tracks and struck by a southbound Q train.

The victim, whose identity has not been released yet, was transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.

No arrests have been made yet.

Jordan Shepherd | Elite.

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