Thursday, December 7, 2017

CUNY Professor Attacked After Trying To Stop Teens From Setting Fire In Staten Island Playground

Staten Island

By Geoffrey Croft

A professor at CUNY College of Staten Island was viscously beaten by a group of teens in a playground.

The victim was walking in the park when he saw a group of teenagers setting a fire and asked them to stop.

As he walked away, one of the men punched him in the back of the head, knocking him to the ground. The others punched and kicked the victim.

The victim was taken to Richmond University Medical Center where he was treated for a collapsed lung and contusions on the face.

No detailed description of the attackers.

Police are reviewing surveillance cameras and seeking information on between 10 and 12 teenagers in connection with the incident.

The incident occurred yesterday afternoon just after 12 noon inside Nicholas Lia Memorial Park at the corner of Saint Marks Place and Wall Street within the confines of the 120 Pct.

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WCBS -  December 7, 2017 

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