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Woman lost both feet after Boyfriend pushed her on Subway tracks after heated argument in Manhattan

Woman lost both feet after Boyfriend pushed her on Subway tracks after heated argument in Manhattan

Manhattan, NY: A woman lost both of her feet after her boyfriend pushed her in front of the subway in Manhattan.

At 10:25 a.m. on Saturday, the 29-year-old woman—whose identity has been withheld—was hit by the southbound 3 train as it was approaching the Fulton Street Station at Chambers Street. The train severed her feet, according to the police.

After escaping from the station, Christian Valdez was apprehended by the New York Police Department (NYPD) at approximately 9:35 p.m. in Brooklyn, near the intersection of Jay and Willoughby streets. According to sources, Valdez had gone to see a parole officer, but the NYPD had intercepted him instead.

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While speaking with authorities, he allegedly admitted to pushing his girlfriend into the path of a moving train during an argument.

The 35-year-old Valdez was arraigned on Sunday night and is currently being jailed without bail on charges of attempted murder and felony assault.

The victim was sent to Bellevue Hospital in a critical condition after the MTA severed electricity to the third rail.

The medical professional heralded in the criminal complaint diagnosed her with a condition that necessitated the amputation of both legs below the knee. The report also noted that she had a blood clot in her lungs and several broken ribs.

Who or what was causing the two to argue remained unclear.

An eyewitness claimed to have tried to assist while serving in the Iraq War by drawing on his emergency medical response expertise.

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A man in Midtown was killed when a train hit him less than an hour afterward, according to police.

Authorities said the death occurred at approximately 11:30 a.m. at the intersection of Seventh Avenue and West 53rd Street.

Despite widespread belief that the shove on Fulton Street had nothing to do with the events on Seventh Avenue, no information on it has been made public.

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