Toronto : A man was allegedly pushed onto the tracks and pulled over by an oncoming train last week at the Bloor-Yonge subway station, after a serious assault is under investigation, Toronto police say. .
Officers responded to a call for undisclosed trouble at the downtown station at around 5:22 p.m. on November 26. Police said a 36-year-old man was carrying a large box on the platform at the time.
Police said the person carrying the box accidentally approached another person, and that was followed by an argument.
Then the 36-year-old man was allegedly pushed by the suspect and fell on the tracks as soon as the train approached.
Police told Granthshala News Toronto that the victim tried to derail herself, but was eventually pulled over by a train.
Police said his injuries were serious, but not life-threatening. He was treated at the hospital after the incident.
Police described the suspect as standing six feet tall, with a slim body and light brown hair. He was wearing a black coat, a light gray hoodie, black pants, brown running shoes and a blue bag with a floral pattern at the time of the alleged attack.
Anyone with information related to the investigation is asked to contact Toronto Police or Crime Stoppers.