A youthful Brooklyn father lethally wounded during a Lower Manhattan tram encounter was a persevering outsider on his path home from his dishwashing position, his family said Monday.
Julio Hernandez, 22, of Bushwick, got into a contention with an outsider on the J/Z stage inside the Chambers St. station underneath the David N. Dinkins Manhattan Municipal Building not long before 3 p.m. Saturday, as indicated by police.
Family members said they couldn’t envision what started the battle that finished in Hernandez’ passing, yet said they were anxious to get equity in the silly killing.
“I simply trust that they get him since he needs to pay for this,” said Hernandez’ auntie, who didn’t need her name utilized. “This child never should have been murdered along these lines.” She included the executioner “ought to be in jail, I simply trust that they can get him at the earliest opportunity.”
There have been no captures, however a day after the deadly battle, cops delivered observation video of a suspect. Cops said during the battle the presumed executioner pulled out a blade and cut the casualty in the two legs before escaping.
Cops said the two men were outsiders, and that it’s not satisfactory what the contention was about.
Specialists on call surged the injured man to New York Presbyterian-Lower Manhattan Hospital where he later kicked the bucket.
Cops confined a man at the scene who professed to be the casualty’s cousin. He was canvassed in blood, perhaps from the tussle. He was later delivered.
The family said the man wasn’t connected, and was most likely a companion who worked with Hernandez.