DISTRESSING FOOTAGE: Elderly man dies after woman shoves him off bus

DISTRESSING FOOTAGE: Elderly man dies after woman shoves him off bus

Police arrested Bishop on suspicion of murder following his death.

When the bus stopped, the victim and woman began arguing and she then pushed him out of the bus.

Witnesses told police that Bishop had been swearing at people on the bus, and Fournier told her to "be nicer to other passengers".

Fournier initially refused medical help but later went to hospital to treat his injuries.

Serge Fournier, 74, was riding on a bus in downtown Las Vegas, US, on March 21 when he got into a row with another passenger.

In the video, a suspect is seen pushing Serge Fournier with both hands down the front steps of the bus. A Clark County public defender's official did not immediately respond Thursday to messages.

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Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released the security footage this morning of the attack in a fresh appeal for witnesses.

Taylor said, "No matter what his age, she should not have done that". On May 3, his family notified detectives of his death, at which point authorities ruled it a homicide. She's now facing murder charges, police say.

Friend Trevor Taylor told KSNV-TV that Fournier spent the final months of his life in the hospital. She is held on $100,000 bail with a preliminary hearing scheduled Tuesday. The elderly man, however, was able to describe the incident to officers who were called to the scene.

"I know it caused several financial problems for his wife", said Ken Mallen, who was familiar with the couple.

The Las Vegas Sun reported that Bishop was identified in part by a "Love" emblem on her jacket and her son's distinctive Spider-Man backpack.

Bishop was previously convicted twice in 2012 and 2013 of domestic violence misdemeanors.

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