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Goldman Sachs Employee Fatally Shot on NYC Subway as Family Urges Mayor Adams to Address Crime




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The family of a 48-year-old Goldman Sachs employee who was tragically killed during a senseless attack on a New York City subway train has expressed their disappointment in Mayor Eric Adams for not taking stronger measures to combat crime, particularly as the shooter responsible for the incident remains unidentified and at large, Your Content has learned.

The victim, Daniel Enriquez, was on his way to brunch last Sunday when the incident occurred.

Around 11:42 am, while riding the Q train across the Manhattan Bridge, Enriquez was unexpectedly targeted and fatally shot in what appears to be a random act of violence.

As of now, law enforcement authorities have yet to apprehend the shooter, who swiftly fled the scene after the attack.

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This incident adds to the growing list of subway crimes that have plagued the city and instilled fear among its residents.

The fact that the assailant remains at large intensifies concerns about public safety and highlights the need for immediate action.

In the wake of her brother’s tragic death, Griselda Vile, sister of Daniel Enriquez, has voiced her frustration with the current situation and directed her message to Mayor Adams.

She emphasized that the city is in dire need of improved safety measures, stating, “I implore you to address the issue of public safety.

My brother’s life was cut short in a senseless act of violence, and we cannot allow this to continue.”

The family’s plea reflects the broader sentiment among citizens who believe that Mayor Adams should prioritize crime control in the city before considering a presidential campaign.

The incident serves as a somber reminder of the challenges faced by New York City residents and the urgency with which local officials must address these concerns, according to INDEPENDENT.

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