Death at East Broadway Station Last Week was 13-Year-Old Boy Who Allegedly Jumped in Front of Train [VIDEO]

Posted on: July 17th, 2017 at 5:05 am by

Last Wednesday (July 11), reports surfaced of a 20-year-old man who “fell” on the subway tracks at the East Broadway Station and died after being stuck by a train. However, big media apparently had the story wrong.

In fact, it seems this alleged “man” was actually a 13-year-old Chinese-American boy named Lin J. Longhui, who reportedly jumped in front of the southbound F train as it entered the station. That’s the word from the SinoVision publication a few days ago.

Check out this quick hit below for an update.

Subway Death

The Man Who was Killed By F Train At East Broadway Station was a 13-year-old Chinese boy, take a look at more details…

Posted by SinoVision on Friday, July 14, 2017

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