NYPD man nearly died after asking suspects to stop smoking weed on Brooklyn train

NYPD man nearly died after asking suspects to stop smoking weed on Brooklyn train

NEW YORK — A 37-year-old subway passenger nearly died after allegedly asking fellow commuters to quit smoking marijuana on a Brooklyn train, New York police said.

Authorities say the victim was riding an A-Line train southbound in East New York around 2 a.m. when she apparently thought she smelled like marijuana and asked two men, possibly teenagers, with whom she had been associated with the smell of eliminating it.

One of the suspected smokers cut off the man’s leg before he and the other fled, police added. The victim remained on the train until Avenue of the shepherdwhere he was able to get off and where officers treated his wound.

Era tan profunda the lesión that carried out a torniquete to detain the flujo de sangre, confirmed the autoridades, there is only in a moment pareció that el pasajero del metro podría no survivir, the Police of New York delayed more el jueves que se espera que salga Before.

Officers said he could only describe the alleged attackers by the color of their pants. One had beige pants; the other wore black.

Anyone with information can call 1-888-57-PISTA confidentially.

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