CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Police say a woman was charged with pushing a stranger onto CTA Red Line train tracks.
57-year-old Wilma Maxey was charged with attempted first-degree murder and is being held without bail.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports at around 6:45 a.m. on Friday Maxey got off a southbound train at the Morse stop.
That when, according to Cook County prosecutors, Maxey saw a 66-year-old woman walking on the platform.
She allegedly pushed the woman onto the tracks before having a seat on a nearby bench.
The victim was being treated for multiple injuries including a fractured skull, brain contusions as well as an injured jaw.