Video shows unconscious man abandoned on CA train platform

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Police in California are investigating a cellphone video that shows a man in a suit dragging a half-naked, unconscious man off a train and leaving him on the platform. Police in California are investigating a cellphone video that shows a man in a suit dragging a half-naked, unconscious man off a train and leaving him on the platform.

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Police in California are investigating a cellphone video that shows a man in a suit dragging a half-naked, unconscious man off a train and leaving him on the platform.

The suited dragger pulls the unconscious man's pants up and then goes back into the train to carry off a few items.

For several minutes in the video, the unconscious man does not move.

The person recording the video refers to the suited man as "white boy" and confronts him.

"There are a lot of people on this train that want to get home," the suited man says.

Later in the video, he appears to check on the unconscious man one more time.

"Bro, are you responsive?" he asks.

Long Beach paramedics later confirmed they went to the Wardlow train station to respond to a 911 call about a man having a seizure. He was taken to the hospital, but his condition was not immediately available.

Police say they are investigating whether a crime occurred.

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