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article imageSunando Sens identified as recent NYC subway shove victim

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By Can Tran     Dec 28, 2012 in Crime
New York - The victim in last night's subway shove death in Queens, New York has been identified as Indian immigrant Sunando Sen. Sen's death makes it the second NYC subway shove death to happen in December.
Yesterday night, on December 27, a man was pushed to his death at the 40th Street subway station in the Queens borough of New York City. According to the police, it was a gruesome scene. This is similar to how 58-year-old Ki-Suk hand died at the hands of Naeem Davis. As the 7 Train was about to arrive at the station, the man was pushed off the platform and to his death. According to the New York Daily News, the victim was crushed by the first two cars of the Number 7 train heading to the Flushing area of Queens. The victim, a male, had to be removed under the body of the second subway train car.
Recently, the victim has been identified as Indian immigrant Sunando Sen. He co-owned a business in Manhattan called New Amsterdam Printing Co. Sen was 46-years-old at the time. This makes Sen's death the second subway shove fatality to happen in the month of December. Han's death was the first subway shove fatality in NYC in December. According to Sen's roommate, he was a nice and quiet man. Also, it is reported that Sen was not married.
So far, there is a suspect which authorities are searching for. The name of the suspect is not known; however, it is revealed that the suspect is a heavyset Hispanic woman standing at roughly 5'5. At the scene of the crime, the female suspect wore a ski jacket and a pair of Nike sneakers.
People interviewed by NY Daily News gave their take on the story. One person talked about how being shoved into the path of an oncoming train is the worst nightmare of every resident of NYC. Another person thought it was a pattern since Sen's death is the second one in December. Also in the article, NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg weighed in and said that solving this problem has no simple solutions.
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