A woman was jabbed with a needle in New York City’s Times Square subway station this week.
The 37-year-old victim was about to exit the station when a man bumped into her and she felt a sharp pain on her right shoulder.
Her husband examined the wound when she got home and said it looked like a puncture wound, so she went to Queens Mount Sinai Hospital for treatment, police sources told the New York Daily News.
A doctor in the emergency room said the injury was consistent with a needle wound.
It’s not clear if the wound came from a syringe or another sharp instrument.
Police are preparing to examine surveillance footage in hope that the incident was caught on camera.