Brooklyn Subway Station Incident: Teens Hospitalize Man Who Wouldn’t Open Emergency Door

Wagswoofs – According to the police, two teenage boys attempted to evade paying the fare at a Brooklyn subway station and assaulted a man who refused to open the emergency door for them.

According to authorities, the victim, who was 28 years old, was approached by the duo and asked for assistance in sneaking past the turnstiles at the Fort Hamilton Parkway station in Dyker Heights at around 10 p.m. on September 30th.

The victim was left with a cut to his head as the teens fled on foot.

The injured man was taken by medics to Maimonides Medical Center for treatment, and he was later released.

In an effort to identify the culprits, the police have shared pictures of the teenagers. If anyone recognizes them, please contact Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.

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