New Yorkers worry about subway safety after rider pushed to death onto tracks, allegedly by homeless criminal

“It is nerve-racking, for sure” a woman named Amelia told Fox News as she waited on a platform to meet a friend. 

“It’s really crazy out here,” said Ahmed, a nearly 22-year employee of the Metropolitan Transit Authority.

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Big Apple subway crime is up 65% during the first half of January, according to the New York Police Department. Over the weekend, 40-year-old Michelle Alyssa Go was killed after Simon Martial, a homeless man with a decades-long rap sheet, allegedly pushed her onto tracks where she was struck by an oncoming train at the Times Square station. 

Amelia shares her thoughts on riding the NYC subway

Amelia shares her thoughts on riding the NYC subway

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