‘Don’t be a victim’: Officials urge riders to stay alert amid surge in NYC subway crime

SUBSCRIBEDPolice are investigating yet another case of violence in the New York City transit system – and it comes as officials urge riders to stay alert amid a rise in subway crime. “The more people who ride, the more people are there to be victimized,” said Lisa Daglian of the MTA Permanent Citizens’ Advisory Committee. “And so don’t be a victim. To the extent that you can, pay attention to where you going, make sure that your eyes have not buried in your phone and look around you. Be aware of your surroundings.” A 23-year-old man was hospitalized following a fight at an MTA station in Chelsea Monday night. The victim was struck over the head with a bottle on the southbound 1 train platform at 11:40 p.m.
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