Woman pushed into the path of a train and killed in Times Square


Liverpool-Turner was charged Monday night with second-degree murder for pushing Connie Watton of Queens in front of the train as it barreled into the 42nd St. station at 1:20 p.m  Hours passed before Watton’s body was removed from the tracks. Chief of Detectives William Aubrey said investigators were looking for surveillance video of the attack. Police sources said it does not appear Liverpool-Turner and Watton knew each other but they argued before the criminal action. The train operator, a 20-year veteran, was taken to Mount Sinai West afterward to receive treatment for emotional trauma, according to Transport Workers Union Local 100. ore than 200,000 people pass through the Times Square subway station daily, making it the busiest in the city.


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