“I do not bear in mind, I get up later virtually 11 a.m. within the hospital – that is it,” mentioned Liliana Sagbaicela.
The 40-year-old housekeeper continues to be dizzy, and her head is spinning. She was shoved by a person onto the practice tracks whereas standing on the platform Thursday at Union Sq..
The practice made minimal contact with Sagbaicela because it rolled over her. She now has eight stitches in her head.
“Yeah, all the pieces I can not transfer an excessive amount of. I can not transfer an excessive amount of as a result of that is an excessive amount of – very exhausting,” she mentioned.
The Sundown Park lady says when she wakened within the hospital she thought she fainted.
She by no means noticed her assailant and doesn’t bear in mind being attacked.
Police say the person who violently shoved her from behind timed his push so she could be hit by an oncoming practice. Additionally they say the 24-year-old suspect is emotionally disturbed and homeless. He’s being charged with tried homicide, felony assault and reckless endangerment.
Sagbaicela says she is scared of the subway now, however says she has to maneuver ahead and finally will journey the practice once more. Her 14-year-old daughter, Mia Llanos goes to highschool within the metropolis and takes the identical practice to the identical cease. If and when in-person studying resumes, Llanos says she just isn’t positive if she’ll take the practice once more.
“After I watched the video, I nonetheless cannot imagine that my mother was the individual,” she mentioned.
Sagbaicela’s household has organized a GoFundMe to assist out along with her medical prices.
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