Video shows woman pushing elderly man off Las Vegas bus

Erika Holt
May 16, 2019

SERGE Fournier, 74, has died after being shoved from a bus by a young woman in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The video, which did not include sound, showed Fournier speaking to Bishop, then getting behind him and - as the bus stopped and the exit door opened - allegedly shoving him with both hands off the bus. Fournier, holding his walker, falls flat on his face, hitting his head on the sidewalk.

According to witnesses, Bishop was arguing and cursing at passengers on-board when the victim, Serge Fournier, asked the woman to be nicer.

A coroner later determined that he died from complications of blunt force torso injuries, prompting police to arrest Bishop on Monday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal notes.

Police attended the scene, where the man refused help but later checked himself into hospital.

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Police say Bishop had been convicted of misdemeanor battery charges twice before the incident with Fournier.

Detectives identified Bishop through bus surveillance video and arrested her last week, the station said.

Mr Taylor asserted that Fournier was a "wonderful person" and shared that he would never forget his friend. "People need a little more patience than what they have these days", said the man's neighbour, Trevor Taylor. She remained in custody on $100,000 bail at the Clark County Detention Center on Wednesday, according to online jail records.

A preliminary hearing for her is scheduled for May 21.

A public defender who represented Bishop in court May 7 didn't immediately respond Wednesday to messages.

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