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Woman fighting for her life after assault by alleged mugger in Times Square


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A New Jersey lady was left fighting for her life Friday after a creep allegedly knocked her down whereas fleeing the scene of a strong-arm theft in Times Square, regulation enforcement sources advised The Post.

The suspect, recognized by sources as Jermaine Foster, 26, allegedly snatched a 29-year-old lady’s cellphone out of her fingers at West forty first Street and Broadway round 1:30 p.m., the sources mentioned.

As the mugger fled the scene, he knocked down a 58-year-old lady from Bayonne, New Jersey. She suffered critical head trauma and was taken to Bellevue Hospital in essential situation, in line with the sources.

Sources mentioned Foster, who’s homeless, was nabbed a block away from the scene.

He is dealing with doable costs of felony assault and theft, the sources mentioned.

The assault got here two days after a girl was pushed right into a practice on the Times Square subway station throughout morning rush-hour.

Alleged subway shover Anthonia Egegbara was charged with attempted murder after knocking a woman onto an incoming subway train in Times Square.
Accused subway shover Anthonia Egegbara was charged with tried homicide after knocking a girl onto an incoming subway practice in Times Square.

On Monday, a person shot himself in the foot whereas urinating in the Crossroads of the World in broad daylight, in line with the NYPD.

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