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New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) on Tuesday said he felt unsafe riding the city’s subway on his first day as mayor in remarks that come days after a woman was killed when she was pushed in front of an oncoming train.
“On day one, I took the subway system, I felt unsafe,” Adams said, recounting when he rode the train shortly after taking the oath of office, according to ABC News. “I saw homeless everywhere. People were yelling on the trains. There was a feeling of disorder. So as we deal with the crime problem, we also have to deal with the fact people feel unsafe.”
The article goes on to state the following:
Adams said that he called 911 to report a fight during his ride on Jan. 1 and also witnessed one passenger yelling and another sleeping on the train, the news outlet noted.
— Moshe Schwartz (@YWNReporter) January 19, 2022
Earlier this week, Adams had claimed the city’s subway is safe, and there’s only “a perception of fear.”
New York City Mayor Eric Adams insists the city’s subway is safe, and there’s only “a perception of fear”.
A 40-year-old woman was murdered in the subway on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/k8HYyMrgHw
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) January 17, 2022
— Geronimo (@Bluesgirl19Neil) January 19, 2022
— The Hill (@thehill) January 19, 2022
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