Two robberies have been foiled within the metropolis on Thursday when each suspects have been struck and killed by a practice whereas making an attempt to make their getaway, sources stated.
One deadly incident occurred in Brooklyn after a criminal stole a cellular phone whereas the opposite loss of life occurred after a person robbed beer from a freight practice within the Bronx, in accordance with regulation enforcement sources.
The tragic turn-of-events started at round four p.m. when the cellular phone criminal robbed a Metro PCS retailer in Sheepshead Bay, sources stated.
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A Metro PCS worker gave chase because the 52-year-old thief ducked into a close-by Q Practice station and boarded a northbound practice.
However whereas working via subway vehicles, the bandit fell off the practice and was crushed beneath it.
About an hour later, a second thief grabbed beer off of a freight practice in Hunts Level, law-enforcement sources stated.
Because the 41-year-old man was working away he was hit and killed by a separate freight practice, authorities stated.
Police are investigating the circumstance behind each deaths.