A person was stabbed on a Manhattan subway practice on Monday and his attackers jumped to the tracks to flee the station.

The 30-year-old sufferer was on a southbound No. 2 practice rumbling towards the 116th St. station in Harlem when three males approached him round 4:50 p.m., police stated.

As the boys and the sufferer argued, the trio started kicking and punching him. Through the fracas, the person was stabbed thrice in his buttocks and leg, cops stated.

The attackers took off, operating the size of the practice away from the automotive they left the bleeding sufferer in.

“They stabbed him on the practice then ran down till they discovered a locked door,” stated a witness who didn’t need to be named. “Then they jumped down onto the tracks and ran to the opposite facet.”

As the boys reduce throughout the tracks to the northbound platform and took off on the road degree, the wounded man staggered off the practice and collapsed.

“He was down on his facet bleeding so much holding himself,” the witness stated. “He was saying, ‘Name the police! Name the police!’”

Medics rushed the person to Mount Sinai Morningside, the place he was anticipated to get better.

Police are nonetheless trying to find the boys who attacked him.

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