NYC Subway Victim To deBlasio: Get These Nuts Off The Street


Randall Weaver, a New York City (NYC) parks worker who was injured in a Manhattan subway station yesterday said that “deBlasio needs to get these nuts off the street,” during an interview with the New York Post. Weaver was shoved onto the tracks and three fellow commuters helped assist him off the tracks. Weaver said that he might not be alive if they had not assisted him.

Two men randomly attacked four strangers during a terrifying 12-minute span along three different subway stops early Friday in Manhattan, slashing three people and punching another, police said.

The suspects, both in their 30s, one with dreadlocks, are still on the loose.

The attacks come amid a week of rampant violence on the rails — including a 47-year-old MTA worker shoved and pushed, and a 35-year-old man slashed in separate early-morning incidents at the Times Square subway station Wednesday morning.

A few hours later, a man was sucker-punched in an unprovoked attack as he talked on the phone at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center subway station.

New York Post