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MTA conductor splashed with ‘unknown liquid’ during random attack in New York

A female MTA conductor was splashed in the face with an “unknown liquid” during an unprovoked attack in Manhattan on Friday morning, police said.

Authorities said the assailant approached the 39-year-old woman at the window of a train that pulled into the 81st Street Museum of Natural History station around 8:30 a.m.

According to the police, without any prior interaction, he poured the substance on the worker and fled.

The conductor was assisted by ambulance staff at the scene.

According to police, the suspect splashed the conductor without any provocation.

The suspect fled after the attack.

The suspect fled after the attack.


Ambulance workers assisted the conductor on the spot.

The conductor was assisted on the spot.


Police are investigating at the 81st Street Museum of Natural History station.
No one was arrested in the random attack.
Robert Miller

Photographs show paramedics examining a woman’s eye and treating her at the scene.

In the morning, the suspect was still at large.

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