At approximately eleven-thirty last night, passengers on the downtown A train in Washington Heights found themselves on an express ride of terror when three unknown assailants killed seven passengers and proceeded to hijack the train and speed it on a collision course toward the 4th Street—Washington Square station.
That is, until a woman described as wearing a black wetsuit, a black trench coat, and a white mask disarmed and neutralized the assailants then managed to safely stop the train at the 14th Street—8th Avenue station before disappearing as mysteriously as she came.
Just who was the heroine of the A train? Eyewitness accounts vary in their description of their savior.
"She was Black. Don’t let these white folks tell you different. She was Black."
"She was tall. Like, Wonder Woman tall."
"She had that tan like Italian or Greek or something. She might’ve been mixed."
"She wasn’t like a hobo or anything. She smelled nice. Her perfume had this sorta fruit flower type smell."
"She came up to right about here. So she had to be like five-two, five-three, tops. She was tiny."
"She was Puerto Rican. How do I know? ‘Cuz fuckin’ everybody’s Puerto Rican."
Police are currently investigating the identities of the assailants.