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WorldView: Woman on 6 Train Tries to Stab Woman with a Pen during Monday AM Commute

WorldView: Woman on 6 Train Tries to Stab Woman with a Pen during Monday AM Commute

An irate woman tried to stab another woman with a pen on the 6 train during the Monday morning commute in New York City.

Six Train Woman Tries to Stab Woman with Pen

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The person who shot the video described the following scene to Gothamist:

There were serious delays on the downtown 6 train today which made for some packed trains, and it clearly got to some people…

I didn’t hear the beginning of the fight as I had headphones on. But I can tell you that the black woman was sitting down, and the Hispanic (?) woman was standing and stepped on her foot. They started arguing about the foot stomping, and then the Hispanic (?) woman assaulted the black woman (with blonde hair) while she was sitting. Black woman stands up and the fight started…about where the movie starts.

One man does a decent job stopping fight, and the black woman is now bleeding from her face and takes a seat. After a few minutes, the black woman who was assaulted goes NUTS. Hispanic woman runs through a PACKED train trying to get away, and the black woman is now swinging a pen in her hand trying to stab the other woman. There was nowhere to run and everyone was trying to restrain this woman.

Train stopped at 76th, and everyone in last car exits to get away from screaming crazy lady saying she is “getting her knife”. Eventually the black woman got off train as she continued to bleed. I didn’t stick around to find out what happened after that.

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