A woman in her 20′s apparently fell onto the tracks Wednesday around 3 p.m. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
The recent rash of bad behavior on New York City’s subways that has been caught on tape seems to have found another new low.
The results of a 2010 survey released by the Straphangers Campaign found basic announcements on subway cars were clear and not garbled 83 percent of the time.
NYC Transit spokeswoman Deirdre Parker said the accident occurred at 77th Street and Lexington Avenue. The person was struck by a downtown No. 6 train at 2:24 a.m. Friday.
Subway performers are nothing new in New York City, but one Harlem subway singer may have the talent to take him beyond the underground and onto the stage.
An East Harlem produce clerk is being hailed as a hero after coming to the rescue of a man, who had fallen onto subway tracks at 103rd St. Station after an apparent seizure.