A New York City man was killed during a Manhattan subway dispute

Police said a man was injured in the face during a fight on a Manhattan subway Wednesday night.

The victim was killed by another man during the row on a southbound 5th train at Lexington Avenue/59th Street station at about 9:25 p.m., according to police.

Police said the victim was taken to New York Presbyterian Hospital in Weill Cornell with non-life-threatening injuries.

A man was wounded in the face during a fight on the subway in the city center.
A man was wounded in the face during a fight on the subway in the city center.
Peter Gerber
The 59th St-Lexington Ave station where the attack took place.
The 59th St-Lexington Ave station where the attack took place.
Peter Gerber

It was not immediately clear what caused the outbreak of violence.

The suspect remained on the train and escaped at 14 Union Square Street. Subway station policemen said.

He was still at large early Thursday.

The victim was transported to New York Presbyterian Hospital - Weill Cornell for non-life-threatening injuries.
The victim was transported to New York Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell for non-life-threatening injuries.
Peter Gerber
The suspect remained on the train after the attack.
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