A man reportedly died last night when he fell into the gap between two subway cars as his 2 train was pulling out of the Nevins Street station in Brooklyn. He was pronounced dead at the scene. We've contacted both the MTA and the NYPD for more information on the accident and will update when we learn more. However, do accidents like this mean the MTA should keep car doors locked?

Since 2005 walking between subway cars will earn you a $75 fine, or your life if you're not careful. But city councilwoman Letitia James argues that if there is an emergency, passengers should be able to move from car to car. For instance, if you want to get away from that man on a stabbing spree who just boarded the train. Unless that happens though, we suggest you just wait until the next stop and head to the next car through the regular doors.