Two people were reportedly struck and killed by trains in two separate incidents in Brooklyn and Queens late Saturday night.

The Post reports a woman was hit by an E train at the Jamaica-Van Wyck station in Queens about 11 p.m. Saturday.

About half an hour later, Thomas Zamanis, 21, was fatally hit by a train while walking with his older brother and two friends on the Q line tracks near the Avenue U station, the Daily News reported.

Both people who died were reportedly walking on the tracks when they were struck.

Zamanis and his friends were able to access the tracks through a slope near the sidewalk at Avenue S, where there is a shoddy fence that is supposed to keep people out, according to the News.

The NYC Transit Twitter urged riders not to go onto the tracks after the fatal incidents.

The Zamanis family's neighbor Michael Nicoletti, 62, told the News that he heard the 21-year-old's mother "screaming, 'Not my son'" when officers told her what happened.

"They're a great family," Nicoletti told the newspaper.

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East 16th Street & Avenue S Dec 28 10:56:22 PM EST