The straphanger who was hurt Monday when a woman randomly pushed her into an arriving train at Times Square said she “never thought it would happen to me.”
Lenny Javier, 42, of New Jersey, told WCBS-TV that the Monday morning rush-hour attack left her with serious injuries.
“My face is swollen, I have a broken nose, a fractured chin,” Javier told the network.
The bandanna-wearing suspect, later identified as Anthonia Egegbara, 29, was shown in surveillance footage sitting on a bench on the platform just after 8 a.m. — and getting up to perfectly time her push as the train rolled in.
Javier slammed into the side of the oncoming uptown No.
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