Manhattan, NY – Man Struck in Train Accident at Lexington Avenue Station
Manhattan, NY (April 28, 2019) – Around 4:00 a.m. yesterday, April 27th, a man was struck in a train accident that took place at the Lexington Avenue station at 103rd Street.
Police are not yet sure what caused the victim to land on the train tracks. Multiple witnesses say that the victim fell in some way, but police have not yet been able to confirm how that happened.
As per photographs from the scene, an ambulance was present and the victim was loaded into the back so that they could be transported to the hospital. The victim was injured but we do not know their condition at this time.
Police continue the circumstances leading up to the accident.
Train Accidents in New York
There are many serious accidents that take place in New York every day. Among some of the most serious include train accidents, which tend to lead to catastrophic and even fatal results that take place in the blink of an eye. If you have been injured in one of these accidents and survived, it is time to speak with an attorney about how you can move forward with your case. Our accident attorneys in New York are here for you, no matter what type of transportation accident you have endured.
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