Subway dispute turns into slashing on Upper East Side

The victims, both 42 years old, were riding to work together on a downtown N train just after 4:45 a.m. when an apparently homeless man slashed them during a dispute.

Video Transcript

- This hour, police arrested a man for allegedly slashing two people on the subway this morning. This happened on an N-train on the Upper East Side. The two victims were cut on their arms and torso and actually held the suspect until police arrived. Police believe the suspect is homeless and he has not yet been charged. 8:57. Sam has the Accuweather Forecast.

SAM CHAMPION: Not doing too well on the warm side today, Ken. But the skies are beautiful. 23 degrees outside. If you could stay inside and look outside, that's fantastic, but we all have to kind of get out there today.

And just be aware, those wind chills are the single digits right now. We still have some that are below zero feeling. So the wind advisory is up until about 4 o'clock in the areas where it remains. It's kind of fallen down in Western parts of the area. But we'll see sunshine. Enjoy 35 degrees, but I don't know. It feels like about 15 today. Heather?

- Yuck.