A New York City man who was fatally stabbed on the subway over the weekend had been slashed before.
Law enforcement said 32-year-old Tavon Silver was found on Saturday bleeding from multiple stab wounds on a Brooklyn train at the 14th Street Union Square station, the New York Daily News reported Sunday.
Authorities said he was transported to a hospital, where he died. Law enforcement has yet to identify a suspect in the case, CBS New York reported Sunday.
In June 2022, Silver was the victim of another attack on a Bronx subway car when 52-year-old Runadieo Jordan screamed at him regarding his music’s volume, according to police.
“Turn the music down, f—-t!” the suspect allegedly screamed moments before stabbing Silver in his arm.
In a subsequent interview with Fox 5, Silver said he was glad to have escaped with his life.
“The next thing I know I had a hole in my…