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TWU Local 100 Turns Out and Stands Up for Assault Victim CTA Anthony Nelson

August 19, 2022.

There was “an impressive show of support” for assaulted subway Cleaner Antony Nelson by TWU Local 100, WABC-TV reported today from the Bronx.

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Stations VP Robert Kelley, on Fox News, Says Criminal Justice System Has Failed

AUGUST 18 -- Stations Dept. VP Robert Kelley made his remarks in an interview with Fox News after the arrest of a perpetrator who seriously injured a NYCT Cleaner. The Cleaner's mother was also interviewed.

TWU rallies for assault victim Anthony Nelson

TWU made a lot of noise at the Bronx courthouse Tuesday, demanding the criminal justice system throw the book at the career criminal who viciously attacked CTA Anthony Nelson last week, leaving him with a broken nose and collarbone.

Chants of “Justice for Anthony! Justice for Anthony!” echoed along 161st St. as Local 100 officers and members, joined by Nelson’s family, rallied outside the building where suspect Alexander Wright was scheduled to appear.

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Family Day is Back!

Come be a part of the fun as TWU Local 100 invites you to join us for our Family Day celebration!

Saturday, September 10th
at Maimonides Park, Home of the Brooklyn Cyclones (Formerly MCU)
1904 Surf Ave. Brooklyn, NY 

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Subway Cleaner Undergoes Surgery After Brutal Attack

A subway cleaner underwent surgery at Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx Friday afternoon for injuries suffered during a brutal attack in the Bronx, Stations Vice President Robert Kelley reports.

CTA Anthony Nelson was attacked outside the Pelham Bay subway station on the No. 6 line Thursday morning at approximately 9:30 a.m. Nelson suffered a broken nose and a broken collarbone.

During the attack, CTA Douglas Scott intervened on Nelson's behalf. He then held the assailant, with some assistance from Nelson, until the police arrived to make an arrest.

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Son of Train Operator passes away

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of retired train operator Darryl Gause’s son Nelson Lee who has transitioned on. Nelson Lee was born September 15, 1982 in Brooklyn NY. He served in the United States Navy and is survived by his 5 children. We ask that you all keep our Brother Darryl Gause and his family in prayer at this difficult time.

Statement from RTO Vice President Canella Gomez

THURSDAY, AUGUST 11 -- With a heavy heart, we must announce one of our own passed away this morning, a 38-year old Train Operator who was just hired in May. First and foremost my deepest condolences to her family.

She was found shortly before 8:30 a.m. morning incapacitated and unresponsive on a track inside the Moshulu Yard. It’s not clear what caused her tragic death.

Train Operator Chair, JL Rodriguez, met with system safety and upper management at the yard to gather details and investigate what may have occurred.

At this time I am still at the hospital with the family and one of the Train Operators that discovered her incapacitated on the tracks, to make sure he also gets the assistance he needs. The union and MTA Management have agreed on a Safety Stand Down at Moshulu Yard for the next 24 hours until more information is gathered.

There is nothing more we can say at this time but we will keep you posted with developments.

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