NYPD worker assaulted by man on NYC subway, cops said

An NYPD worker was assaulted on a subway in decrease Manhattan by a maniac who shoved her right into a pole violently sufficient to fracture her eye socket, police mentioned Tuesday.

The 53-year-old civilian employee had boarded the southbound No. 4 subway on the Fulton Road station round 11 p.m. Monday when a person pushed her from behind, inflicting her face to strike the subway pole, in line with cops.

The sufferer went to NYU Langone in Cobble Hill for therapy to her facial accidents, and was identified with a “closed fracture of orbit” and “closed fracture of left zygomatic arch,” cops mentioned.

The suspect, who fled after the assault, was described as a “presumably homeless” man standing 6-foot-3 and weighing about 250 kilos, cops mentioned. He was sporting ripped, grey sweatpants, a grey sweatshirt and white sneakers.

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