The man who was responsible for pushing a New York subway passenger to his death has been charged and arrested.
A New York City man was charged today with murder for shoving another man onto subway tracks where he was struck and killed by an oncoming train.
Naeem Davis, 30, was charged after being questioned by police since Tuesday about the death of Ki-Suck Han, 58, of Queens, N.Y.
Two sources involved in Davis’ arrest and charging say there is a question whether he intended to kill Han or whether his death was an unintended consequence of an altercation.
Davis admitted to police while explaining the incident that he shoved Han in a way that caused him to fall onto the subway tracks, according to multiple sources involved with the investigation.
Han struggled to pull himself up from the shoulder-high track bed and back onto the platform at the 49th Street and Seventh Avenue station around 12:30 p.m. on Monday, but was hit and killed by a Q train when it barreled into the station.