Malverne Resident's Art Exhibit Reflects on 1993 Long Island Rail Road Shooting
Nakeem Grant, LI Herald - December 6, 2018
Friday, December 7, 2018 will mark 25 years since gunman Colin Ferguson stepped onto the Long Island Rail Road 5:33 p.m. train and began randomly firing with a 9mm pistol, killing six passengers in Garden City. Lifelong Malvernite Terry Sullivan, one of the passengers onboard, said he was planning to pick up the car of his wife, Joan - since she was getting a Christmas tree - in Mineola.
"After the stop for Jamaica, I kind of dozed off, then I heard the commotion from the back of the train and I woke up thinking, 'What's going on,'" said Sullivan, 26 at the time. "I saw this rush of people coming towards me, and before I knew it, I was crouched down."
Dec 07, 2018
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