Tucker Was Right: Human Leg Discovered on New York Subway Tracks

New York Metro Transportation Authority (MTA) workers were horrified on Saturday after they discovered a human leg on a section of New York City’s subway tracks.

Fox 5 New York reported MTA employees found the left leg of an individual struck by a train on February 12th near the 167th Street station in the Bronx.

Authorities revealed the leg was found over 9 miles away from where the man’s body was discovered in Lower Manhattan.

Investigators shared that the man either fell on the tracks or committed suicide by jumping on the tracks.

Per Fox 5 New York:

A severed human leg found over the weekend on subway tracks in the Bronx could belong to a man who was hit by a train days earlier, the New York Post reported.

The left leg was discovered by MTA workers on Saturday afternoon in the path of a “4” train between the 167th St. stop and 170th St. stop.

According to the Post, authorities believe the leg was separated from the man who was hit by a train miles away and days earlier.

The man’s body was discovered nearly nine miles away on Feb. 12 at the Spring Street station in Lower Manhattan, the Post reported.

The discovery of the leg comes just a week after Tucker Carlson shared a video from inside a Moscow train station.

Tucker, in the video, stated the subway station was better than any station in the U.S., and it was “perfectly clean and orderly.”


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