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.
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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