Third person pushed onto New York subway tracks in a week – Dateway

New York Police have arrested three men suspected of pushing innocent people onto subway tracks in separate attacks spanning five days, according to reports.

All three victims miraculously survived, including a woman who landed under an oncoming train.

In each case, the perpetrator was described as homeless or a vagrant.

A 36-year-old man was beaten and thrown on rails in Manhattan by a beggar on Wednesday after the victim refused to give him money.

Justin Pena, 23, was arrested the next day and charged with attempted murder.

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The victim managed to get to safety and suffered only minor injuries.

On Thursday, a woman who was waiting on a platform in Manhattan was pushed past an oncoming train.

Disturbing footage from the incident shows the assailant appears to have expired his attack before running behind Liliana Sagbaicela, 40, and pushing her back on track.

Incredibly, Sagbaicela landed in such a way that the train passed over her, leaving her almost unharmed.

Aditya Vemulapati, a 24-year-old homeless man, was arrested and charged with attempted murder and assault.

Sagbaicela, a mother of two, says she has no recollection of the incident.

“What I remember, when I got there, I wanted to listen to my Bible, so I put it on this one, and that’s the last thing I remember,” Sagbaicela said.

A 29-year-old man was getting off a train in Brooklyn with his girlfriend on Sunday when he was attacked by a man sleeping in their subway car.

The NYPD released footage of the victim being pushed onto the rails.

Another homeless person identified as Michael Medlock, 33, was arrested near his grandmother’s home and charged with attempted assault, reckless endangerment and threats.

The victim was able to climb back onto the platform and was not seriously injured.

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