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NYC transit worker survives Christmas Eve subway shove

NYC transit worker survives Christmas Eve subway shove
Station manager Kumar Narinder suffered a fractured spine and head injuries after being hurled to the Brooklyn subway tracks by a crazed farebeater — barely missing the electrified third rail in the 2 a.m. attack.

He is seen with TWU Local 100 Vice President Robert Kelley on left.(TWU Local 100) TWU Local 100 Vice President Robert Kelley argued Martinez deserved even stiffer charges.A Christmas Eve graveyard shift nearly killed a veteran transit worker.Transit station agent Kumar Narinder, 70, who was shoved to the tracks by a since-arrested man on Christmas Eve inside Brooklyn's Nassau Ave.

Five days after the attack, the 20-year transit veteran said he was still in extreme pain and can barely walk from his injuries.” Martinez, 27, lunged at Narinder after he was stopped from boarding a train during the 1 a.

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