Hey @metronewyork, here's the Metro6@7:
As the hunt for two killers who escaped from a high security prison in upstate New York continues, a prison employee is being questioned as a potential accomplice. "They wouldn't have had the equipment on their own, that's for sure," Governor Andrew Cuomo told CNN. The Dailty News says the worker is a woman and that the killers met her while sewing uniforms for Metro-North. Oy!
JERSEY HOUSEWIFE OUCH
Teresa Giudice is still in prison for fraud but has signed a painful restitution deal giving up, among other things, part of her paycheck, her sports car and her fancy furniture.
THREE ATTACKS ON WOMEN
Cops on Tuesday are hunting suspects in three separate attacks on women, all below 34th Street -- an attempted rape in Gramercy, a groping in Union Square and a sex attack in Korea Town, near Penn Station.
CON ED LAWSUIT
The giant utility company is suing the city (a.k.a. us taxpayers), blaming City Hall for the March 2014 gas blast in East Harlem that killed eight and injured dozens. WPIX has the details on the suit, which alleges "the city was warned and allowed the infrastructure to crumble, leading to the blast that killed eight and injured dozens." Con Ed claims "it’s the city’s fault their gas lines leaked and leveled two apartment buildings."
The most precious little fawn was just born at the Queens Zoo. And it's pocket-sized -- a southern pudu, the smallest deer in the world. Cute. Cute. Cute.
METRO GETS A HOME
We're over the moon here at Metro for Metro, the cute, cute, cute American bulldog we fell in love with after he was abandoned on a subway train. A lawyer in Williamsburg fell in love too and took him in.