Man, 64, kicked to subway tracks in random Manhattan attack

Mocobizscene- According to authorities, a man was randomly attacked on Sunday in midtown Manhattan and kicked to the subway tracks. Around 4:50 p.m., a guy kicked the 64-year-old victim in the back while he was waiting on the A/C/E platform at the 34 St.- Penn Station stop, according to police.

As witnesses on the platform rushed to help the target back up, he fell to the tracks. Clad in full black, the craven kicker set off on foot.

The sufferer was taken by ambulance to Lenox Hill Hospital to receive treatment for back and knee problems. Not one arrest was made right away.

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