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Lisa Cavanaugh Biography — Wiki

Lisa Cavanaugh is a New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office staffer who has been randomly attacked in the street by a stranger who crept up behind her and hit her across the head with a brick. Cavanaugh was attacked from behind on Thursday afternoon in Midtown Manhattan on Third Avenue between 47th and 48th streets.

The attack happened in broad daylight at around 2 pm, close to the Midtown offices of Senator Chuck Schumer.

Lisa Cavanaugh Age

Lisa Cavanaugh is 51 years old.

Lisa Cavanaugh hit over the head with a BRICK in a shocking random attack

Lisa Cavanaugh works as a recruitment and appointments officer for Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Police say that no words were exchanged between the pair before the unprovoked attack. The suspect crept up behind her, according to the Daily News.

Lisa Cavanaugh was taken to the hospital in stable condition. Cavanaugh stayed conscious, but needed stitches at Bellevue Hospital to sew up a gash to her head.

Police say they are continuing to look for a suspect. No arrests have been made. The random attack comes amid a surge in crime in New York City, which has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest crime report shows that while assaults in November were 5.2 percent lower than in November 2019, shootings and murders are on the rise.

What we know so far

Citywide shooting incidents through the first 11 months of 2020 surged to levels unseen in years, the NYPD said. Twenty-eight people were murdered in the five boroughs, last month – five more than were killed last November.  This year has also seen a 38.4 percent increase in the number of victims murdered in New York City compared to last year.

Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters at his City Hall briefing earlier this month that the surge in violent crime this year can be pinned on an ‘absolute perfect storm’ that hit New York this year. ‘You cannot combine a massive health crisis, tens of thousands of people dying, hospitals overwhelmed, the economy is shut down, schools are shut down, houses of worship shut down, society not having its normal moorings all at once, a social justice crisis…’ the mayor said.

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