The woman who was randomly shoved into a Manhattan train over the weekend is listed in critical condition, cops said — as they released photos of the suspected attacker.
The 35-year-old victim was walking on the southbound platform at the Lexington Avenue-63rd Street station around 6 a.m. Sunday when a man came up behind her and pushed her head into a departing E train, police said.
She was taken to Weill Cornell Medical Center, authorities said. Police initially said she was listed in stable condition — but reported later Sunday and confirmed early Monday that the straphanger’s condition was critical.
The victim was being treated for cuts on her head and spinal injuries, police said.
Her attacker individual fled on foot, heading toward the Second Avenue exit.
The surveillance photos, released Sunday evening, show the man holding what appears to be a cup of coffee while standing or walking on the platform.
He was still at large Monday morning.
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