NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The aftermath of a very close call was caught on camera.

Brandon Stanton, the blogger behind Humans Of New York, told the incident took place shortly before 1 p.m. Thursday.

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That’s when Stanton was riding the G train in Brooklyn when it suddenly came to an abrupt stop.

After being held in the train for 20 minutes, Stanton said they pulled into the Hoyt-Schermerhorn station. The delay was apparently caused after a woman tumbled onto the tracks as another train was arriving.

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Stanton was told by another passenger that the woman had a seizure and fell.

Stanton snapped a shot of the photo the other passenger took, which shows just how close the train came to hitting the woman.

The photo has gone viral online.

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The incident comes as the Tranport Workers Union has launched a campaign to get trains to slow down before they enter the station. The campaign comes in the wake of two recent subway track deaths. The MTA has called that campaign a bid by the TWU to draw attention to their contract negotiations.