Angel Natale uses the TTC almost every day to get to school, but a recent string in violent incidents — including the seemingly unprovoked death of a 16-year-old boy — has left her on high alert.
“I’m 17, so I’m around that age. So it’s like, you know, what if that’s me?” she said. “You have to turn your music down, watch where you’re going and just be more aware.”
Natale isn’t alone.
In the wake of a recent spate of violent incidents on transit, many riders say they’re left feeling uneasy. Those incidents include the death of Gabriel Magalhaes, who was stabbed by a stranger while sitting on a bench at
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