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A man tried to prevent an attack on a passenger in the New York subway: he was severely beaten, his nose and jaw were broken

'30.09.2022'

Nadezhda Verbitskaya

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A Good Samaritan is brutally attacked on a train in Manhattan. He was left with broken bones in his face after he tried to stop a man from attacking another passenger, reports New York Post.

The 25-year-old victim was on the N train heading south towards Canal Street station. Around 16:25 p.m. on September 22, he noticed a man attacking another passenger. He was later identified as Kasin Pringle.

According to the cops, the victim intervened to stop the assailant.

But Pringle, joined by a second man, punched and kicked the benefactor in the face. The assailant then threw a pair of sneakers and a speaker at his head.

The victim was taken to New York-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital with a broken nose and jaw.

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According to authorities, 29-year-old Pringle from the Bronx was soon detained - he was accused of assault.

According to the cops, the alleged accomplice of the offender ran out of the station.

Police released two photographs of the suspect late on September 28 and said they were eager to track him down.

Qasin Pringle allegedly attacked a subway rider and a 25-year-old man defending him on the southbound N train.

 

Qasin Pringle allegedly attacked a subway rider and a 25-year-old man defending him on the southbound N train.

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