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article imageNYC goes through a second subway push death in December

By Can Tran     Dec 28, 2012 in World
New York - On December 27, a man was pushed to his death at a subway station by a female suspect at a station in Queens, NY. This makes it the second time, after the death of Ki-Suk Han, that someone died in this manner in December.
On December 3, 58-year-old Ki-Suk Han was pushed to his death at one of the subway stations in New York City. The perpetrator of Han's murder was revealed to be 30-year-old Naeem Davis. Currently, Davis is being held without bond. As Han's death was recorded, media got a hold of the story; thus, it became a national headline.
Just as one would think that Han's death would blow over, another similar subway death took place on the evening of December 27. The name of the male victim has not been given out yet. However, the suspect is a female. Currently, the detectives of the New York Police Department (NYPD) are searching for the female suspect who pushed the man in front of the subway train.
The time of death was a little past 8 in the evening. The location of the victim's death took place on the northbound platform of the 40th Street and Queens Boulevard Station in the Queens borough of New York City. According to the report, there were witnesses that saw happened. Witnesses, according to the local report, say that the victim had no idea the female suspect was behind him.
According to The Telegraph, the female suspect looks to be in her 20s. Furthermore, the female is heavyset and stands at five feet and five inches tall. Also, the relationship between the victim and the suspect are not currently known at the moment.
In the case of NYC, this is the second time in December that it had to deal with a victim getting pushed to their death off the platform and right before an incoming subway train. So far, no further details have been given out on this recent subway killing.
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