Who is Hannah Marie McAllister, woman punched in the face on NYC subway platform?

Hannah Marie McAllister, 27, was blindsided all of a sudden on a Brooklyn tram stage
While walking erratically on her telephone, an assailant ran dependent upon her and smacked her directly upside the head
No captures have been made following the episode, and McAllister said she is currently ‘zeroing in on mending’

Stunning video shows a New York woman being smacked in the face in a ridiculous episode on a Brooklyn tram stage.


On Sunday night, Hannah Marie McAllister, 27, was blindsided all of a sudden while strolling through the Clinton-Washington Roads tube station.

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The assailant, who has not been caught, seemed, by all accounts, to be taken part in an extraordinary this way and that with a unidentified individual minutes prior to sending off his assault on McAllister.

He then charged at her while she was gazing vacantly at her telephone, arrival a flying smack upside the head and thumping her to the ground.

As per official NYPD wrongdoing figures, transportation wrongdoing in the Big Apple has expanded by in excess of 44% throughout a similar time earlier year.

As per police, the culprit escaped the region in an obscure course and got away from the station.

McAllister expressed on TikTok that she is currently ‘centered around recuperating’ following the assault.

‘I simply need to thank you kindly for the entirety of your adoration, support, and veritable concern,’ she proceeded.

‘I shared this so that individuals know and as protected as could really be expected, I clearly wish things had gone diversely yet I can’t contemplate that presently, so I’ll simply gain from my mix-ups.’

She said thanks to the couple who came to her side for being ‘so exquisite thus sweet,’ including helping her home after the surprising strike.

Hannah likewise shared video of the episode, which she guarantees was eliminated from TikTok because of “realistic content infringement.”

She clearly said in the video that the assault might have been kept away from in the event that she wasn’t on her telephone, saying, ‘I ought to have been focusing closer, yet ya know.’