Elderly woman randomly shoved into stopped train at Queens subway station

A woman randomly shoved a 66-year-old into a train that was stopped at a Queens station on the Fourth of July, cops said.

The suspect approached the female victim on the northbound E train platform of the 74 St-Broadway/Roosevelt Avenue station in Jackson Heights around 11:45 p.m., and pushed her without saying a word, police said. 

The woman suspected of shoving an elderly woman into a stopped subway train inside the 74th Street subway station in Queens.
The woman suspected of shoving an elderly woman into a stopped subway train inside the 74th Street subway station in Queens.
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The victim was allegedly pushed into an E train in Queens.
The victim was allegedly pushed into an E train in Queens.
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The impact sent the woman into the safety chains of an E train that was stopped in the station. 

The victim was taken to Queens Hospital Center for a scraped knee and a swollen ankle. 

The suspect, who remains at large, is shown in surveillance video released late Wednesday strolling on the platform.

She is described as about 25 years old and 5 feet 3.

Metro | New York Post

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