Bronx man accused of slashing man on Harlem D train

A Bronx man has been arrested after police say he yelled anti-gay slurs at two men on the D train before slashing one of them in the leg with a knife. 



It happened Sunday morning at the 125th Street subway station in Harlem. 



Police say they arrested Eric Cruz, 39, of the Bronx, after he attempted to leave the scene in a taxi. 



A knife was found in the backseat of the cab where Cruz was sitting, police say. 



The victim was treated at Saint Luke's Hospital and was listed in stable condition. 


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