Woman Shoves Man into Path of NY Subway Train (Video)

Sunando Sen

The NYPD are asking the public for help identifying a deranged woman who shoved a man into the path of an oncoming train Thursday.

Witnesses say the overweight Hispanic woman sat on a bench mumbling to herself and pacing the platform just moments before she crept up behind Sunando Sen and shoved him to his death under the wheels of the 7-train.

Sen, 46, a hard working native of Calcutta, India, apparently wasn’t aware that the woman was behind him. Witnesses say there was no altercation before the woman pushed Sen onto the tracks.

Witnesses say Sen looked stunned but did not scream as he struggled to get up. His mangled body was found under the 2nd car of the 7-train. Friends say Sen worked 7-days-a-week to support his family.

A surveillance camera at a business located near the 40th street station caught the fleeing suspect.

The suspect is described as a heavy set Hispanic woman, 20-25 years old, wearing jeans, NIKE sneakers and a ski jacket.

“We’re reasonably confident that we’ll identify the suspect. We are properly deployed in transit areas,” Police Commissioner Ray Kelly told the NY Post Thursday.

Sen’s tragic murder was the 2nd such incident to occur in the NY transit system in less than a month.

On Dec. 3, police arrested Naeem Davis, 30, and charged him with murder after he allegedly shoved Queens dad Ki Suk Han, 58, into the path of a Q train at the 49th Street station in Manhattan.

Mayor Bloomberg assured NYC residents that the NY transit system is safe. He dismissed suggestions that surveillance cameras would have prevented similar incidents.

“It’s the safest big transit system in the world,” said Bloomberg. “5.5 million people use it everyday. Cameras wouldn’t prevent what happened yesterday.”



 


37 Responses to “Woman Shoves Man into Path of NY Subway Train (Video)”

  1. 1

    Is this the way to get off people now?
    :think:

  2. 2
    WUT U TALKIN BOUT?! says:

    :shocked: This right here… Oh lawd.. Crazy!! Mental health is needed!!!

  3. 3
    Nakeya_j says:

    WUT U TALKIN BOUT?! says:

    This right here… Oh lawd.. Crazy!! Mental health is needed!!!

    :cosign:

  4. 4
    Cubarican says:

    I really don’t understand. Can they not put railings on the side or anything?!

  5. 5
    Keesh says:

    Is this a new thing :wtf: like planking

  6. 6
    iyonah says:

    This right here… Oh lawd.. Crazy!! Mental health is needed!!!
    ^^
    Cosign. All the signs are always there and the people who need the help go ignored. We as a nation have to do better for the mentally ill, if they have no family fighting for them they end up off the meds they need, not receiving the counseling they need and just going crazy. Its sad really.

  7. 7
    OutsidetheBox says:

    Glady play a little more in taxes..a little less to build prisons. :(

  8. 8
    Keesh says:

    I rode a train for the first when I was in Baltimore. We dont have any type of subyway trainstation here

  9. 9
    mzwhang90210 says:

    I’ve been hearing about this. So sad.
    I saw one man commenting that trains should slow down to 15 mph when they approach stops…to give em time to stop in cases like this.
    ANYTHING would help.

    It’s cuz of stuff like this…that I stand wayyyyyyy back from the curb when I’m waiting for the walk sign at an intersection. I’m terrified that somebody will push me in traffic.

    So sad.

  10. 10
    Nakeya_j says:

    Keesh says:

    Is this a new thing like planking
    ——
    Let’s hope not. Smh. I would hate to die like that. I wonder why she pushed him?

  11. 11
    Starr says:

    There are lots of sick people who live in the streets and in the subways. This is the second time in months…..its scary.

  12. 12
    Who Dat says:

    as a heavy set Hispanic woman
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Conchita was running tho fast as HAIL.

    :no:

  13. 13
    Nakeya_j says:

    I stand wayyyyyyy back from the curb when I’m waiting for the walk sign at an intersection. I’m terrified that somebody will push me in traffic.
    ——
    I ride the el train, and when I see ppl standing close to the edge I always wonder how they are not scared to get pushed down into the tracks…smh.

  14. 14
    iWhip says:

    :no: RIP Mr. Sen. just a horrific way to go :(

  15. 15
    MissHarlem says:

    Conchita was running tho fast as HAIL

    ^^^ Lawd please forgive me but that made me chuckle

  16. 16
    luVn_liFe... says:

    This is the new fad,hrmm

  17. 17
    YOUR NAME HERE! says:

    This is crazy. Even when I’m riding marta I stand back. New York needs transit police like marta cause marta police don’t play. they are stricter than the regular police.

  18. 18
    mzwhang90210 says:

    Nakeya_j says: I ride the el train, and when I see ppl standing close to the edge I always wonder how they are not scared to get pushed down into the tracks…smh.
    ________________
    I’ve caught the Redline here a few times….and folks stand toooo close to the edge.
    Meanwhile I’m standin in the MIDDLE of the platform lookin.

  19. 19
    ReadingIsFundamental says:

    There is a yellow strip out here that you are suppose to stand behind to catch the BART trains. People hang all over the yellow line. I stand five to six people back when I wait for the train. People let their kids close to the edges as well. Craziness.

  20. 20
    Who Dat says:

    Almighty forgive me too but HOW they KNOW she was HISPANIC and betwix the ages 20-25? That bish was MOVING…how you see all that?

  21. 21
    YOUR NAME HERE! says:

    but everytime I refresh this page that video gonna start on it’s on? Im outta here… :kona:

  22. 22
    100% usa made! says:

    This is shameful. To take someone’s life for no apparent reason. Folks are really losing their minds!!

  23. 23
    WUT U TALKIN BOUT?! says:

    mzwhang90210 says:

    I’ve been hearing about this. So sad.
    I saw one man commenting that trains should slow down to 15 mph when they approach stops…to give em time to stop in cases like this.
    ANYTHING would help.

    It’s cuz of stuff like this…that I stand wayyyyyyy back from the curb when I’m waiting for the walk sign at an intersection. I’m terrified that somebody will push me in traffic.

    So sad.
    ———————-
    Some do slow down just before entering the loading area, but with the weight of the train, Even if the conductor saw the person falling it takes time to totally stop a heavy train.
    I think they need to have automatic gates that raise and lower. Lower to let passengers in and once the doors close the gates raise not allowing passengers to go beyond a certain point while the trains are in motion in the loading area.

  24. 24
    MissHarlem says:

    YNH so is our transit police. We have transit police, TSA, dogs, and NYPD that is underground everyday. After 9/11 random stations check your bags before entering the subway. Unfortunately this can happen :shrug:

    I HAVE AUTO VID ITS SOOOO ANNOYING

  25. 25
    Nakeya_j says:

    Meanwhile I’m standin in the MIDDLE of the platform lookin.
    ——
    Exactly! You just never know. And I know to some it may seem silly, but as we all see, it can happen. And that is NOT the way I want to go!

  26. 26
    100% usa made! says:

    ReadingIsFundamental says:

    There is a yellow strip out here that you are suppose to stand behind to catch the BART trains. People hang all over the yellow line. I stand five to six people back when I wait for the train. People let their kids close to the edges as well. Craziness.

    :cosign:

  27. 27
    prynsexxx says:

    Almighty bless. Cover and keep his family.

    @Kdub, you ain’t (never gone be) chit.

  28. 28
    YOUR NAME HERE! says:

    I saw this crazy lady talking to herself so I kindly walked past her cause I was sweet brown to the bullshyt…AINT NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT!

  29. 29
    100% usa made! says:

    Everyday it’s something in the news about killings. It was like 30 degrees in the Bay Area last night and still 3 folks were killed in Oakland, CA. It’s too cold for all of that mess. Even more, can we have just a day without Murder!!!! That’s all that I ask at this point.

  30. 30
    Nakeya_j says:

    I think they need to have automatic gates that raise and lower. Lower to let passengers in and once the doors close the gates raise not allowing passengers to go beyond a certain point while the trains are in motion in the loading area
    :cosign:

  31. 31
    mzwhang90210 says:

    Nakeya_j says:

    Meanwhile I’m standin in the MIDDLE of the platform lookin.
    ——
    Exactly! You just never know. And I know to some it may seem silly, but as we all see, it can happen. And that is NOT the way I want to go!
    ____________________
    We are >>>>.<<<<<

    :newpost: is up…Phaedra & her bun in tha oven

  32. 32
    libra80sbaby says:

    This chit right here…. :smh:

  33. 33
    DoNotDeleteMe says:

    Reagan stopped funding for mental health treatment and we are finally seeing the carnage and legacy that resulted. More than having an outrage about gun violence, we need to address the mental health epidemic–especially the mental health epidemic amongst our youth (as of last night, Chicago has had 500 murders thus far). I live in Ohio and it was such a relief to hear a PSA on the hip hop station addressing the issues with impulse control which oftentimes results in gun violence amongst our youth. People really need to begin to understand ADHD which involves inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. While all three of these together make up ADHD, oftentimes, one is more prominent than the other. If a person diagnosed as ADHD is more prone to impulsivity (Impulse Control Disorder), then that coupled with their inability to stay focused, will make it difficult for them to control their temperament. They may go from zero to 1000 with lightening speed. We really need to start understanding ADHD and stop dumbing it down to just being a “bad child.”

  34. 34
    sassyshe says:

    @donotdelete :cosign:

    And the worst is yet to come. Many states are closing state hospitals and NH that catered specially to mental health individuals. They individuals who often could not be stabilized in short term hospitals are soon going to be replanted into the communities. So sad that this is what our society has become

  35. 35
    Anna says:

    Is this what they call “In A New York Minute”?

  36. 36
    BayMami_de4 says:

    DoNotDeleteMe says:

    Reagan stopped funding for mental health treatment and we are finally seeing the carnage and legacy that resulted.

    ——–
    This is truth!!

  37. 37
    AllNYC says:

    They have caught her. She is being charged with murder and a hate crime. She said she hates Muslims and Hindus since 9/11.
    Thank God, another loon has been captured!

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