A man was stabbed multiple times while trying to intervene in a fight between male and female suspects at a New York City subway station, according to reports.
The incident unfolded just after 11 p.m. on Wednesday in Manhattan.
A man and woman were reportedly engaged in a brawl on a train platform at the 59th Street-Columbus Circle station when the 34-year-old Good Samaritan attempted to intervene.
The victim was stabbed in the torso five times by the male suspect, who fled the scene along with the woman, police say.
The injured man managed to escape on a train to seek medical attention and report the attack to police.
Both suspects were arrested shortly after.
“Lewis Correa, 42, was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon, police said,” the New York Post reports. “Danielle Elliott, 32, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and assault, according to cops.”
“The two live at the same address in Crown Heights — though their exact relationship is unclear.”
A day before, an off-duty NYPD cop was stabbed at another Manhattan subway station.
The officer was passing through a turnstile at around noon on Tuesday when the suspect, 42-year-old Benjamin Mazyck, asked him, “What are you looking at?”
Moments later, Mazyck allegedly stabbed the cop in the head with scissors.
“Mazyck, who cops said had an ‘extensive criminal history’ in the transit system, was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon,” the Post reported.
Both victims are reportedly expected to recover.
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