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Tadataka Unno A renowned jazz pianist was brutally attacked after bumping into a group of teens at a Harlem subway station, police said Friday.
Tadataka Unno Brutally Attacked
Police said on Friday that a famous jazz pianist was brutally attacked after he hit a group of teenagers at a Harlem subway station.
Japanese musician Tadataka Unno seriously injured in NYC subway attack for being “Chinese”
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Tadataka Unno, 40, was leaving station W. 135 near St. Nicholas Park at around 7:30 pm. He tried to get around a group of young people who had closed the exit turnstile on September 27th.
Police said one of the young girls pushed her, claiming that the musician hit her.
“My daughter is pregnant!” Her boyfriend screamed as the police punched Unno in the head several times.
Police said the musician struggled to escape from the station, but the angry teenager knocked him down and continued to punch the victim with his friends.
Tadataka Unno in hospital in stable condition
Paramedics took Unno to Harlem Hospital, where he was in stable condition. There was no arrest.
GoFundMe Page Tadataka Unno
Friends say, according to a GoFundMe page, the pianist’s collarbone has been broken and he can no longer play or care for his wife or 4-month-old baby.
The other musician who organized the fundraising event, Jerome Jennings, described Unno as “one of the brightest lights of jazz piano”, performing with jazz greats such as Jimmy Cobb, Roy Hargrove, Winard Harper, John Pizzarelli and Clifton Anderson.