Philadelphia Subway Death – According to the statement released by the district attorney’s office on Friday, a man who is forty years old is being charged with involuntary manslaughter following an alleged altercation that took place at a SEPTA station in Philadelphia, which resulted in another man being struck and killed by a train. “Chaz Wearing was arrested on Thursday night,” the district attorney’s office reported.
A bench warrant has been issued for Wearing in connection with an ongoing strangulation case in Delaware County. Additionally, the District Attorney’s office stated that Wearing has a criminal history in both Clinton and Lycoming counties in Pennsylvania. At approximately 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, the alleged incident took place on the westbound platform of the 34th Street Station, which is located in University City and is part of the Market-Frankford Line of the SEPTA.
According to the police, a “physical altercation” between two males resulted in one of the guys falling onto the tracks of the light rail. After that, a train ran over the man who was standing on the tracks, and he passed away at the site. Afterward, Wearing was brought into arrest in the vicinity of 40th Street and Market Street, according to the police and the district attorney’s office. “The investigation is still ongoing,” the district attorney’s office stated.
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