Posted on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 at 11:29 pm
Harlem, NY (April 16, 2019) – Police stated that, around 2:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16th, a person was struck by a train at the 2/3 train line in Harlem. At this time, authorities have not provided the exact condition of the victim as the details concerning this incident are under investigation.
According to the MTA, one individual was reported to have been struck by a subway train at the Central Park North, 110th Street/Lenox Avenue stop along the number 2 and 3 trains for reasons that have not been confirmed. Train delays resulted from the incident which prompted a response from police and emergency medical crews.
Responders arrived at the scene in order to assist the injured victim. However, there has been no word concerning their condition at this time. Investigators are currently working to determine the events that led to the person being on the tracks as the investigation continues.
Train Accidents in New York
People being injured or killed in New York train accidents tragically occurs all too often, and our deepest sympathies are currently extended to the victim and their loved ones at this time. While it can be tremendously challenging, it is essential for victims and their family members to understand that they may likely have significant rights in terms of recovering compensation for their loss.
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