A 25-year-old man allegedly shoved his friend onto the subway tracks and into the path of an oncoming train during a drunken argument in Manhattan on Sunday morning.

According to police, officers and first responders found 54-year-old Mike Allison under a subway car at 7:30 a.m. at the West 18th Street 1 train subway station—the northbound 2 train (weekend service) hit him after he was thrown into its path. Allison suffered injuries to his hand and foot and was taken to Bellevue Hospital in stable condition.

Aaron Clary, a NJ resident, was charged with attempted manslaughter and assault after turning himself in to police. The Daily News reports that Clary, Allison and a third friend had been "partying at Peter McManus Cafe a block away along Seventh Ave. near W. 19th St. prior to the push."

When the bar closed at 5 a.m., the three friends then went to Chelsea Deli where, according to WABC 7, "they drank for two more hours."

Clary reportedly surrendered after "he woke up from his stupor hours later."