NEW YORK (AP) — Relatives and friends are saying a final good-bye to a New York City man who was shoved onto subway tracks as a train rolled into a station.
A handful of mourners gathered Thursday for the funeral service for 58-year-old Ki-Suck Han at the Edward D. Jamie Funeral Chapel in Flushing, Queens.
Han's widow and daughter knelt before the open coffin for several minutes before taking their seats in the front row.
The chapel was festooned with floral arrangements. The service was said in Korean.
The family requested that the media wait outside.
Naeem Davis was arraigned Wednesday on a second-degree murder charge and ordered held without bail in the Han's death. He's accused of pushing Han onto the tracks as a train barreled into a Times Square station on Monday.