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Man stabbed by apparent teen attacker on NYC train: cops

A man was stabbed by an attacker who appeared to be a teen onboard a Brooklyn train early Tuesday, cops said. 

The victim was riding a southbound 2 train approaching the Winthrop Street station in Prospect Lefferts Gardens around 5:10 a.m. when the young suspect attacked him, police said. 

The victim, whose age has not yet been released, got off the train at Winthrop Street, where he reported the incident, cops said.

He was taken to the Kings County Hospital Center with non-life-threatening injuries. 

The suspect — who cops say appeared to be a teenager and wore a black hoodie — had not been caught by later in the morning.

The motive for the attack was not immediately known. 

Police are seen at the scene of a stabbing at Parkside Ave. and Nostrand Ave. in Brooklyn
Police say the suspect appeared to be a teenager and was wearing a black hoodie.
Robert Mecea
Cops investigate after an apparent teen suspect stabbed a man on a Brooklyn train near Winthrop Street.
The victim, whose age has not yet been released, got off the train at Winthrop Street.
Robert Mecea

In another recent attack on the rails, a 33-year-old man was arguing with a straphanger on a No. 4 train at West Burnside Avenue and Jerome Avenue in the Bronx around 7:30 p.m. Sunday when he was stabbed in the neck, cops said.

He was hospitalized in stable condition. 

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