A 2-year-old child rolled onto the subway tracks in Queens Monday and survived, thanks to the quick action of the little girl’s mother and that of a subway cleaner who helped the frightened mother grab her child before a train arrived.
Police on Monday were asking the public to help them find a suspect in a shooting that left a man wounded in a Queens bowling alley this past weekend.
The three victims – all males – were all taken to Jamaica Hospital. CBS 2’s Derricke Dennis reported that the injuries are not considered life-threatening.
Angel Recalde, 43, is charged with two counts of luring a child to commit a crime, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and two counts of harassment, police said.
Police have released surveillance video of a man wanted for luring teenage girls in Queens.
From now until Monday, April 16, there is no Manhattan-bound service on the E and F lines between Parsons Boulevard and 71st Avenue in Forest Hills. The Transit Authority says it will make track repairs 24 hours a day until the 16th.
Residents of a public housing complex in Flushing thought they were hearing 4th of July fireworks when the shooting happened around 5:45 Saturday evening. But the three pops were gunshots.