MTA Bus Attack: Man Stabbed Screwdriver in Passenger’s Head in New York City

New York City, NY: A man was stabbed with a screwdriver on an MTA Bus in New York City. The attacker targeted the head of the victim and stabbed the victim brutally.

The incident occurred on East Fordham Road close to Marion Avenue shortly after 2 pm. The other passengers on the bus were seen running and shouting. Some of them came forward to help the victim.

The circumstances surrounding the stabbing are not entirely clear. According to the authorities, the victim had been slapping his hands on his lap, as if he were playing drums, when the attack happened.

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During the first week of April, the number of occurrences of transit-related crime across the city was roughly the same as it was during the same period in the previous year. However, the number of incidents in the Bronx has increased by 44%, with 72 incidents occurring during this period last year compared to 104 incidents this year.

After a violent altercation that took place on an MTA bus in the Bronx, the topic of transit crime was once again brought to the forefront on Monday.

The victim is still being treated at the hospital, and he is in stable condition.

The suspect jumped off that bus and fled the scene. The New York Police Department is looking for the suspect and no arrest has been made in the incident.