According to police, a 24-year-old former Marine struck and killed a New York City tram passenger. More information can be found further down the page.
On Monday afternoon, a fight broke out at the Broadway Lafayette station when a 30-year-old man named Jordan Neely boarded the subway and began threatening passengers.
A real fight followed, inciting Neely passing out. He was swiftly transported to the Lenox Slope Clinic, where he was pronounced dead.
The occurrence occurred on northward stage F of the Broadway-Lafayette station in midtown Manhattan not long before 2:30 p.m. The 30-year-old individual.
Neely’s handler claimed that he was stepping in to assist individual travelers who were afraid and undervalued. On the other hand, supporters at a vigil for Neely on Wednesday afternoon said that Neely was the one who needed help the most, and that society had failed him.
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