Mourners gather for final farewell to Brooklyn man fatally shot on subway train
Friends and family gathered Friday in Ozone Park to say their goodbyes to the 48-year-old Brooklyn man who was shot and killed aboard the Q train this past week.
Mourners walked into the funeral home to pay their respects to Daniel Enriquez.
"It's everyone's loss, it's not just mine. It could have been your neighbor, it could have been your coworker,” said Griselda Vile, Enriquez’s sister.
Dozens of tearful mourners were seen entering the Queens funeral home to share thoughtful memories of a person they say was truly loving.
Andrew Abdullah turned himself in on Tuesday and is charged with murder in the second degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree.
He was indicted Friday, according to the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.
The indictment itself remains sealed until his arraignment in court.
Police say Abdullah was seen acting suspicious, pacing back and forth on a Manhattan-bound Q train car, before allegedly shooting Enriquez in an unprovoked attack.
Mourners say they are still in shock.
Family and friends are expected to continue their farewells on Sunday with another wake visitation, followed by a funeral service Tuesday at the Transfiguration Roman Catholic Church
Enriquez is expected to be interned at St. John’s Cemetery.