Brooklyn: Woman Hit, Killed by Subway After Fainting On Platform

(Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 10:57 AM)

Authorities say a woman has been hit by a train and killed after she fainted on a train platform in Brooklyn.

The MTA said the woman was struck at the Eastern Parkway and Utica Avenue station Tuesday morning.

Brooklyn-bound 3 trains are running express from Atlantic Avenue to Utica Avenue, and some southbound 4 trains are rerouted. There are delays in both directions.

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Fifty-five people died last year after they were pushed, fell or jumped onto the tracks, up from 47 in 2011, according to the MTA.

(Source: NBC New York)

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One Comment

  1. chachem says:

    they should take the offer to build barriers by a company who agreed to do it for free if the mta allows them to advertise. it’s a great offer no?

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