The fact that a man was pushed onto New York City subway tracks, then struck by an oncoming train is horrific enough. But many are now critical about a photo of the incident published on the front page of the following morning’s New York Post, and even asking why the photographer did not help the man as he struggled to escape certain death.
Police say that Ki Suk Han, a 58-year-old married father from Queens, N.Y., was pushed off the platform by a man with whom he was having an argument. Witnesses say the assailant may have been mentally disturbed because he had been panhandling and harrassing passengers who had been waiting on the platform at Seventh Avenue and 49th Street, just north of Times Square.
Han is seen on a surveillance video released by the New York Police Department being cursed at by the suspect at about 12:30 p.m. Monday afternoon. Moments later, they say, the man pushed him on the tracks
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