Man randomly slashed from cheek to neck at Bronx subway dwelling

A straphanger used to be randomly punched in the face by a ski-mask-clad maniac — who then slashed his face from cheek to neck — in a Bronx subway dwelling, police officers said Sunday.

The brute had adopted his 49-yr-former victim to the tip of the facet road staircase on the Morrison-Soundview Avenue No. 6 pronounce dwelling spherical 5: 45 a.m. Feb. 12, police officers said.

He then punched his victim, who used to be commuting to work on the time, and lower his face from his good cheek to the support of his neck with a pointy object, a police spokesman said. 

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The attacker fled the scene in an unknown route, while the victim ran out of the dwelling to a shut-by police automobile.

EMS rushed him to Jacobi Medical Center for treatment. Police launched surveillance photography of the attacker.

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Subway stations gain considered a spike in violent crime impartial currently.

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A mentally sick homeless man went on a rampage earlier this month, stabbing four folks, killing two of them, on the A pronounce.