NYC cab driver drags 78-year-old woman out of car

Nyc cab driver drags 78-year-old woman out of car

The Independent published this video item, entitled “NYC cab driver drags 78-year-old woman out of car” – below is their description.

An elderly woman was thrown of a taxi in Brooklyn, New York City, by a driver whom she alleges also stole her phone.

The woman, 78, says that she got into an argument with the driver of an Access-A-Ride vehicle, a transport service for people with disabilities, whom she says dropped her off at a different location than one she requested.

Footage shows the woman on the floor asking a bystander to call the police and saying “he robbed my phone.”

New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission is aware of the footage and cooperating with the NYPD.

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